It’s going to be an interesting season at the Stadium of Light, with Sunderland currently preparing themselves for a League One campaign.
The Black Cats have suffered back-to-back relegations, falling from the Premier League to the third tier of English football in no time at all.
Jack Ross is now in charge at the Stadium of Light, with many hoping that League One will give the club a fresh start.
Ross still has plenty to work on in the coming weeks, however, with Sunderland’s squad needing some attention.
Here at FLW, we wanted to find out if Sunderland’s supporters would be open to Ross making a move to bring Ashley Fletcher back on board, following his loan spell last season.
????️ Sunderland fans…
Would you take Ashley Fletcher on loan again next season? ???? #SAFC
— FLW News Hub (@FLWNewsHub) July 12, 2018
Whilst on-loan from Middlesbrough, the 22-year-old scored two goals in 16 Championship appearances.
It wasn’t a prolific spell for Fletcher, but he could perhaps be a success in League One, where he previously shone for Barnsley.
Sunderland’s supporters are clearly torn over the suggested transfer, with voting in our poll extremely close.
49% of supporters would welcome the striker back, with 51% against Ross making a move to reunite Sunderland with Fletcher.
Sunderland fans… Let us know your thoughts!
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