Sunderland ridicule Gyan rumours
By Mick
Wednesday 15 Jun 2011 11:08:00
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Sunderland have ridiculed rumours suggesting  Asamoah Gyan is for sale. The Black Cats have a large transfer budget as Ellis Short continues to prove his worth to the club. The sale of Darren Bent and Jordan Henderson have added to those funds. Any suggestion that extra funds are needed is laughable, unless Messi is the player that the budget is going to be blown on (As the club in question isn't Newcastle, these kinds of bluffs don't occur)

The summer signing is happy at Sunderland and a firm favourite with the fans. The excitement at the prospective signings has left a buoyant mood around the club with the huge transfer budget, competent manager and chairman coupled with Ellis Short have Wearsiders looking forward to the incoming transfers with a mood of optimism.

A sale of Gyan only to be replaced with Peter Crouch would have Steve Bruce ran out of the City!

Bruce is well aware that the fans expectations although still modest allowing him plenty of room to work, Crouch would be a signing to far for the fans who see him as simply the WORST forward in the league.

Although that "Messi" could just be a grain of tru..................

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