Report: Three Sunderland players, including Sebastian Larsson, who could leave in January

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Sunderland are looking to complete a number of transfers in the January transfer window.

According to the Daily Star, Danny Graham, Sebastian Larsson and Adam Matthews could all leave Sunderland in the January transfer window.

Sam Allardyce is plotting making a number of changes in the new year, with the 60-year-old apparently determined to enhance his squad.

HITC reported yesterday that Allardyce will be handed £20 million to spend in January, and he is keen to recruit three new players.

However, to make room for these new arrivals, the Black Cats will have to have a clear-out, with Graham’s, Larsson’s and Matthew’s futures now in doubt.

Graham has barely played this season, and he has never been a prolific scorer for Sunderland during his time at the club.

Matthews, meanwhile, was only brought to the club last summer, but he has failed to make an impression – and it seems his stay could be brief.

Larsson, on the other hand, has been one of Sunderland’s most important players for a number of seasons – but Allardyce is said to have his reservations over playing the Swedish international.

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