Roy Keane has be handed a Ã‚Â£50million warchest to take Sunderland onto the next level.
Finishing 15th, Keane has endured a rather difficult season in his first year in the Premier Leauge as a manager. However, now he is determined to see the club become an established top flight side.
According to the Daily Telegraph, “Among Keane’s targets could be the Atletico Madrid striker Diego Forlan, a former Manchester United team-mate; Chelsea midfielder Steve Sidwell, whose Ã‚Â£50,000-a-week wage demands could prove a hurdle; Jonny Evans, the Ã‚Â£7 million-rated United defender; and Celtic winger Aiden McGeady, who could cost Ã‚Â£10 million.” Fellow Irishman and Reading player, Stephen Hunt, has also been linked with Keane this summer.
The Irishman has already spent Ã‚Â£44million since the Black Cats booked their place among England’s elite back in 2007, but will seemingly be given free reign to splash out again this summer.
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