The English club Sunderland has strengthened its midfield in the final hours of the winter transfer window with the announcement Saturday of Stephane Sessegnon transfer from Paris Saint-Germain, and the loan until the end of the season Ghanaian midfielder Sulley Muntari, who played at Inter Milan.
Stephane Sessegnon, transferred from PSG for 7 million euros, has signed a three and a half years with the Premier League club with wearing his stylish wholesale soccer jersey.
“Stephen can play both left and right in line, he is a phenomenal rate and is someone who does win games,” welcomed the club’s manager, Steve Bruce, on the Sunderland website.
The Benin international joined the north of England a few hours after the formalization of the arrival on loan from Sulley Muntari.
Sunderland, currently sixth in the Premier League now has a third Ghana international in their ranks, since the attacker and defender Asamoah Gyan John Mensah wearing his stylish wholesale soccer jersey are already moving into the workforce.” This is a tremendous contribution to the club, welcomed the Black Cats’ manager, Steve Bruce. When you have the opportunity to welcome a player of this quality in your squad, even in the short term, you have no choice but to seize it.
Aged 26, Sulley Muntari had already played one season in the Premier League in 2007-2008 before joining Inter Milan. The player then wore the shirt of Portsmouth.
To replace Sulley Muntari, the Nerazzurri wearing his stylish wholesale soccer jersey have obtained the loan from Genoa middle Moroccan Houssine Kharja.
Particularly active in the transfer market this winter, Sunderland took advantage of the 21 million euro from this month the sale of striker Darren Bent to Aston Villa.
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