The EFL Play-off finals are closing in and the excitement is surely building around the country with six sides aiming for one of three promotion spots.
In League One, two former Premier League clubs go head-to-head as Charlton and Sunderland face off at Wembley, with the Black Cats looking to make it into the Championship at the first time of asking.
Whether they do or not, though, it seems as though second choice goalkeeper Robbin Ruiter is not going to be at the club for next season.
Speaking to Dutch outlet AD, Ruiter said:
“My contract expires and I will probably leave, but first I want to say goodbye with promotion. Our fans deserve that enormously.”
It’s perhaps no surprise to read this from Ruiter as he has been very much limited to a watching brief this season.
Jon McLaughlin has been strong in goal for the Black Cats and with that unlikely to change for next season you can see Ruiter moving on.
He’s one of the remnants of that fateful campaign from last season and though he wasn’t solely to blame by any means, fans probably won’t be that bothered by him moving on this summer.
Who Sunderland look to use as McLaughlin’s challenger, meanwhile, remains to be seen.