According to The Daily Star, Sunderland manager Jack Ross wants to sign Lewis Morgan from Celtic in the January transfer window.
It has reported by the publication that Celtic could let 22-year-old winger Morgan go out on loan.
The Daily Record has reported of Hibernian’s interest in the Scotland international, but the youngster should choose Sunderland instead.
Hibernian are not having a great season in the Scottish Premiership and may not even finish in the top half.
As for Sunderland, the Black Cats are very much in the running for the top two in the Championship in England this campaign.
There is an air of optimism at the Stadium of Light, and Morgan will find playing for the Black Cats more fulfilling, especially if Ross’s team gain automatic promotion from League One at the end of the season.
Moreover, Morgan worked with Ross at St. Mirren and developed well under the current Sunderland manager.
English football will be a new challenge for Morgan, one the Celtic winger should accept ahead of Hibernian.