Sunderland bosses want me to stay, says David Moyes

Posted May 06, 2017

Sunderland manager David Moyes has this morning confirmed that he'll remain as Black Cats boss despite their relegation from the Premier League.

Sam Allardyce has confirmed his interest in signing Jermain Defoe but insists he is not working on potential transfer targets until Crystal Palace's Premier League status is secure.

It was just last Friday that the Sunderland boss indicated he would consider his future at the end of the season and following the confirmation of relegation with defeat against Bournemouth, Moyes reiterated that intent.

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"Right from the start we said it looked like there was a rebuilding job to be done". "I came to a part of the country I was led to believe that's how they wanted to be spoken to and I told them exactly". Hopefully we can get that going.

"He's got a contract until 2020, so it would have to be our choice to sell, not Jordan's or anybody else", manager David Moyes told reporters. We were deflated, I wouldn't say it was an uplifting kind of meeting. I know how hard it is to continue to cope with what has been an ongoing problem for many years, where it is always a case of 'Can we survive?'

The 35-year-old has made 17 appearances across all competitions this season but is one of many players to have suffered injury problems throughout the campaign.

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On the playing side, there is likely to be a significant turnover between now and next term.

The Scot also said striker Jermain Defoe, who has scored 14 goals this season, could leave the club.

Of Sunderland's talented young goalkeeper, he added: "Jordan Pickford is under contract".

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"Jermain Defoe has a clause in his contract so it's possible [that he will leave in the summer]". What that is isn't yet clear, but anything less than £20 million will be met with derision by Sunderland fans.