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.
Speaking to reporters, Ross admitted that Oviedo could be on the move with the left-sided defender said to have ambitions of playing at a much higher level, he said: “I think he, like a number of players, will have his own ambitions and aspirations in terms of the level he plays the game.The contractual aspect is probably above my level, naturally as a manager you just want to pick the best players you have but I have always had an understanding of the economics of it.Can I say without absolute certainty he will still be here at the end of the month? I couldn’t but I would probably say that about all the players who fall into that bracket.”
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Sunderland defender Bryan Oviedo has stressed that he is committed to the Black Cats’ cause as they seek to avoid back-to-back relegations from the Premier League to League One. The Black Cats are presently languishing in the drop zone after 28 games into the season, but Oviedo remains optimistic that the club will preserve their Championship status.
Speaking to Costa Rican outlet Nacion, Oviedo admitted that he is with the Black Cats in their relegation tussle, though he does not see himself dropping any further with the Wearside outfit, he said: “Sunderland is a big team from England, I have many years of not being in Championship and it is not an option to go to League One.
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