Sunderland should sign forgotten £15k-a-week PL outcast to end striker woes in January

Sunderland have yet to score with a known striker this season.

Sunderland are in desperate need of a goal-scoring striker, with none of their established strikers scoring so far this season.

The last known striker to score for the Black Cats was Ross Stewart, who did so against Middlesbrough in January before suffering an injury that ended his season.

Sunderland have struggled up front since his departure to Southampton at the end of the summer transfer window, with winger Jack Clarke scoring all of Tony Mowbray’s goals this season.

All of the summer signings, including Nazariy Rusyn, Mason Burstow, and Luis Hemir Semedo, have yet to make an impact.

In their efforts to solve their striker problems, the Black Cats have recently been linked with signing AFC Wimbledon striker Ali Al Hamadi.

Wales international could solve striker problems

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Kieffer Moore

Kieffer Moore is one player who could help Tony Mowbray solve his striker problems.
The Wales international is currently playing in the Premier League for Bournemouth.

The £15k-a-week star has only appeared in five games for the Cherries this season, failing to score.

He is competing for a spot on the team with Dominic Solanke, who recently signed a new contract.

Mowbray has stated that he wants a striker who can run in behind while also playing in the pockets.
Sunderland has had to play this way in the absence of a striker, but Moore has the ability to do both.

Moore has Championship experience and is a prolific player. In 21/22, he scored nine goals in 15 starts for Bournemouth, who were promoted.

He also had 20 goals for Cardiff City the previous season.

He could be available for loan in January, avoiding the need for Sunderland to pay a fee for him.






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