Sunderland want cut-price Hutton deal

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Sunderland are reported to be ready to only pay half of Tottenham’s £7million valuation of Alan Hutton.

The Scottish right-back has put in some impressive displays for the Black Cats since his January loan switch and Steve Bruce has oublically stated that he would like to sign the player on a permanent basis.

The massive difference in valuation could mean that Sunderland rekindle their interest in Hamburg’s Guy Demel, who nearly moved to the Stadium of Light in January and is available for around £4million.

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  1. What a mug Bruce is. He's been talking Hutton up all season than he wants to try and get him cut price. We'll take £7m – no less.

  2. Sunderland have always been cheap c!*$s! Tried to hold to ransom for Kenwyn Jones when we made a very good offer and now the expect cut prices! Why shud we do them any favours? Jokers!

  3. LOL like levy is going to let it happen. dream on wonderland!. He will go there for at least 7 millions or we will sell him to teams in other leagues. So happy that we didn't take that Kenwyn Jones. He is a poor poor striker just like Bent.

  4. Sell him to any one else but Sunderland please. Take a loss if needs be. As a general rule we should sell our players to premier leagues sides only as a last resort. Selling 4 or 5 players to one club (i.e. Sunderland) means we have at least 2 games where ex players carry on like they are playing in the world cup final, even after playing like crap for the previous 10 games.

  5. It's about time other teams stopped looking at Tottenham, as a cut price Supermarket, where they can get their players on the cheap! Spurs should demand £ 7mil.and not a penny less.If Sunderland can't afford that, let them look somewere else. I just wish Bruce would keep his mouth shut, until hi spoke to Harry.

  6. in all fairness, we paid far to much for him, we should get some money back and not make the same mistake again. If i remember rightly, he never wanted to leave Rangers and we went back with an improved offer that made it impossible for him to refuse. Shortly after we got Corluka in and put the poor lad on the bench, then got Naughton and Walker. If I was him I would want out too, let him go, he was never worth what we paid, bad business Mr Levy, take it on the chin.

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