Sunderland manager Jack Ross has admitted that Bryan Oviedo could leave the Black Cats before the end of the month. The Costa Rica international has been with the Wearside outfit over the past 18 months but he is now considering an exit with the Black Cats having dropped down to the third tier of English football.
With the English transfer window having closed, Oviedo no longer has the opportunity of returning to the Premier League but he could yet make the switch to the Championship on a temporary basis. Nevertheless, the Black Cats are still awaiting the right offer for the Costa Rican and they may also consider offers from abroad for his signature.
Sunderland have made a good start to their League One campaign with a victory and draw from their opening two games and Ross will be hoping that the team can pick up the momentum in the coming weeks in order to stake a genuine claim for promotion. Meanwhile, Oviedo has featured in both League One games for Sunderland this term, bagging the assist during the comeback triumph over Charlton Athletic.