Championship outfit Sunderland have made it clear that they won’t rush into any decision on the signature of Ruben Sammut who came to the club on loan from West London outfit Chelsea.
Ruben Sammut has been seen by the club officials but they will not rush into making any decision as they have lined up another game for him to play at the Stadium of Light before doing so.
The Chronicle reports that the West London outfit are willing to let go of Ruben Sammut as the midfielder has insisted on leaving the club for a first-team football.
The deep-lying midfielder has been with the Scotland U21 national team in addition o wearing the captain banc for the Blues reserve team since joining the club in 2004.
There is no doubt that he cannot break into the Chelsea team at the moment under manager Jurgen Klopp which is the reason why they will not mind giving him an opportunity to progress elsewhere.
However, should Ruben Sammut impress at the Stadium of Light or not, he would not be staying at the Stamford Bridge according to reports with suggestions that he would be handed other opportunities elsewhere in the coming summer transfer window.