Martin Bain, chief exec of Sunderland AFC, has said the £30m received for keeper Jordan Pickford is being used to pay for past mistakes.Read the full story ›
Sunderland are desperate for home comforts. The Black Cats haven't won a league match at home since December last year. Simon Grayson's team have a chance to put an end to their rotten run on Wearside when they face Nottingham Forest on 12 September.
"It's been a gradual decline of results at home. So what we've got to do is try and do whatever's required, because before you know it, you win a game at home it can suddenly become a different place."
The Lowery Legends beat Bradley's Blues 7-3 in a charity football match at Everton's Goodison Park held in memory of Bradley LoweryRead the full story ›
Simon Grayson has urged his team to develop a winning mentality as they aim to book a place in the third round of the Carabao Cup.Read the full story ›
Sunderland boss Simon Grayson has admitted his interest in West Ham midfielder Robert Snodgrass.
The 29-year-old Scotland international has been told he can leave his current club just seven months after his arrival from Hull in a £10.2 million deal.
Grayson had revealed earlier this week that the Black Cats had missed out on a move for Bournemouth's Max Gradel despite reaching an agreement with the Cherries.
Asked if he was interest in Snodgrass, with whom he worked with at Leeds, Grayson told a press conference: "When people like him become available you would be foolish not to consider it.
"Again, that would be a deal dictated by finances. Can we do it? Who knows, but we might ask the question."
Sunderland were trying to take the Ivorian from Bournemouth but he has decided to join French side Toulouse on a season-long loan.Read the full story ›
Bradley's parents invited a child being supported by the Bradley Lowery Foundation to watch Sunderland's opening gameRead the full story ›
The Republic of Ireland international was recorded in conversation with fans following a 5-0 friendly defeat to Celtic.Read the full story ›
To mark the ground's birthday Sunderland will play Scottish champions Celtic in a pre-season friendly on Saturday.Read the full story ›
Sunderland goalkeeper Vito Mannone has joined Sky Bet Championship side Reading.
The 29-year-old Italian has signed an three-year contract with the Royals.
Mannone joined Sunderland from Arsenal in the summer of 2013 and spent four seasons on Wearside.
During that time, he made a total of 80 appearances, including playing in the Capital One Cup final against Manchester City in 2014.