Sunderland’s new signing Jack Bainbridge has tweeted his delight at signing for the club.
Bainbridge recently signed for Sunderland following his release by Swansea City.
He joined on a free transfer and has taken to social media to express his delight at joining the Black Cats, where he is expected to initially slot into the under-23 team rather than the first-team.
Bainbridge tweeted: “Made up to sign for @SunderlandAFC cant wait for the season to start now!”
The 20-year-old is raring to go after signing for Jack Ross’ Sunderland side.
He has previously played for Everton and Swansea but he is yet to make his senior bow at any club, other than in the Checkatrade Trophy for the Swans’ under-23 side.
Bainbridge plays as a centre-half and he has plenty of experience at youth level, so he will be hoping to progress into the first-team soon after penning a deal at Sunderland.
In Bainbridge, it looks like Sunderland have a top young talent who is focused on making a success of himself.
After rejection from Everton and Swansea, he will be determined to succeed now.
He is certainly one for the future and if he fulfils his potential, he could develop into a first-team regular.
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