Sunderland have been linked with Blackburn Rovers midfielder Bradley Dack just lately and he might show to be the following Stephane Sessegnon on the Stadium of Mild.
In keeping with The Sun, Tony Mowbray is eager to reunite with the 28-year-old in January, with a free switch touted because of his lack of taking part in time at Ewood Park in latest seasons.
The previous Gillingham man’s contract is set to expire on the finish of this season, so the Lancashire outfit might let him go away for nothing as they purpose to get his wages off their books, as he appears to be like to be surplus to necessities underneath new supervisor Jon Dahl Tomasson.
Whereas Dack has struggled immensely with accidents in latest seasons, his kind within the 2018/19 Championship season, when he hit 15 objectives and 7 assists, means that he might be a high quality addition on the Stadium of Mild if they will get him again to his greatest.
Mowbray is actually a giant fan of the midfielder, as he was a star participant underneath the Black Cats boss throughout his time at Ewood Park, earlier than a cruciate ligament damage introduced an finish to his sturdy kind, with the supervisor singing his praises in 2020.
Would Dack be a very good signing?
He said: “I’d should say that it’s been superb to observe him and the professionalism he’s delivered to this.
“He’s months forward of the place one other cruciate knee ligament damage would possibly probably be.”
Ought to Dack arrive on the Stadium of Mild in January, his skill on the ball as an attacking midfielder might see him emulate former Sunderland favorite Stephane Sessegnon.
The Beninese maestro spent three seasons with Sunderland within the Premier League, contributing a formidable 18 objectives and 20 assists in simply 97 appearances for the Black Cats, earlier than becoming a member of West Bromwich Albion.
Michael O’Neill summed up what Sessegnon supplied in 2011, saying:
“He offers us that little spark. He’s unpredictable, he’s all the time able to doing one thing – taking over gamers, opening up gaps and creating.
“He’s a crowd pleaser and he’s obtained an end-product as properly.”
Mowbray has beforehand dubbed Dack as a “natural talent” who performs as if he’s in a playground, and it’s this skill that makes him so much like Sessegnon.
If the 28-year-old can rediscover his greatest kind underneath his former supervisor on the Stadium of Mild then there appears no cause why he can’t be successful and even perhaps be considered by Mackems in the identical mild as Sessegnon sooner or later.