Man United: Sunderland in talks with Red Devils over goalkeeper Nathan Bishop while Black Cats reject Burnley’s £10m offer for winger Jack Clarke
- Manchester United goalkeeper Nathan Bishop is wanted by Sunderland
- Bishop has been with United since 2020 but has not played for the first-team
- Sunderland have also turned down a £10m offer from Burnley for Jack Clarke
Manchester United goalkeeper Nathan Bishop is in talks about a move to Sunderland.
The 23-year-old joined United in January 2020 but has yet to make a senior international appearance in his three-and-a-half years with the club.
He spent the 2021/22 season on loan at second tier side Mansfield Town, helping them through to the play-off final before being beaten 3-0 by Port Vale at Wembley.
After returning to Old Trafford last season, he made nine appearances for the under-21 side.
He could now be primed for a move to the Championship as Sunderland look to strengthen their squad after narrowly missing out on promotion last season.
Sunderland have expressed interest in signing Man United goalkeeper Nathan Bishop (above).
Sunderland have rejected a £10m offer from Burnley for winger Jack Clarke (pictured).
The Black Cats made the play-offs but were eliminated by Luton Town in the semi-finals.
Rob Edwards’ men then defeated Coventry City in the final to secure promotion to the Premier League.
Meanwhile, Sunderland are also looking to retain one of their star players, with Burnley showing interest in their winger, Jack Clarke.
The Clarets have made an improved offer of £10m plus surcharges for Clarke.
However, this was quashed by Sunderland, who valued him at £15million.
Clarke scored 11 goals and provided 14 assists in 50 games for Sunderland last season.
He was previously at Tottenham after joining the club for £8.5million in 2019 but never played for the north London club in the Premier League.
He could get another chance to prove he belongs in the top flight if Burnley can reach an agreement with Sunderland.