Victor Moses is back with Chelsea after spending the last three seasons away from the club on loan.
Victor Moses has spent the last three seasons at separate clubs on loan, including a spell at West Ham last term
Sunderland narrowly avoided relegation last season, after Sam Allardyce's appointment as manager in October saw a marked improvement in performance and fitness levels.
The challenge for the Black Cats now, however, is to push on and make progress from being a club perennially involved with relegation battles. They have the foundations now with Allardyce at the helm, and an achievable target for the Wearside club should be somewhere around mid-table in the Premier League.
Would Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce consider a move for Moses?
To do this, they will have to make smart acquisitions over the summer and there would be no better place to start than the signing of Chelsea's Victor Moses.
The Nigerian winger has an abundance of power and pace, which is something the North East club have lacked in wide areas over recent seasons. Because of this, their play has the tendency to become too one-dimensional, with all of their attacks predominantly focused down the middle of the pitch.
With Jermain Defoe in the side, Sunderland will always have the ability to score goals, and with the addition of Moses they would possess even more of a threat going forward.
Sunderland's Jermain Defoe could benefit from having someone of Moses' calibre in the side
After three successive seasons spent at different clubs on loan, the 25-year-old has now reached a point in his career where he must settle down and establish himself.
Sunderland would provide Moses with the perfect platform to do this. A move to Wearside would represent a win-win situation for all parties involved, with the competition for places at Chelsea likely to limit his chances at Stamford Bridge as long as he remains.
The Sunderland fans will be hoping their team can kick on in this upcoming season, and avoid another relegation scrap