Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Cats sign Blues defender

Cats sign Blues defender

Sunderland have no time to allow their first January signing to find his feet in the Championship.

Sunderland manager Chris Coleman is looking to sign reinforcements for their relegation fight in the second half of this season and will have to do it without striker Lewis Grabban, who was recalled by parent club Bournemouth earlier this week.

The Sun says Clarke-Salter, 20, will join the Black Cats on loan until the end of the season.

Sunderland will finalise a loan deal for defender Jake Clarke-Salter over the weekend, after he's featured for Chelsea at Norwich tonight.

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The Black Cats are enduring a disastrous season and now sit rock bottom of the Championship.

Both Coleman and his assistant Kit Symons are central defenders by trade and see Clarke-Salter in a role on the left of a back-three which is the position where Chelsea boss Antonio Conte expects him to progress at Premier League level.

Sunderland will hope to have Clarke-Salter signed for their next match against Cardiff City.

Clarke-Slater was part of the England U-20 squad that won the world Cup last summer and Chelsea legend John Terry has also previously mentioned that the youngster could be his successor at Stamford Bridge.

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