Charlton’s Macauley Bonne deal denies Sunderland their new Josh Maja – HITC


League One Sunderland reportedly wished to signal Leyton Orient star Macauley Bonne – however he is joined Charlton Athletic as an alternative.

The 2018/19 season seems like an actual missed alternative for Sunderland.

Not solely did they lose to Portsmouth within the Checkatrade Trophy closing, Lee Cattermole’s poor spot-kick costing them within the penalty shoot out, in addition they missed out on promotion after conceding a 94th minute winner in opposition to Charlton Athletic at Wembley. Whoever stated the Black Cats had been fortunate?

And it’s tempting to surprise how troublesome issues may need been if Sunderland had not controversially offered high scorer Josh Maja to Bordeaux in January.


Would Jack Ross’ facet be making ready for a return to the Championship, two months after successful their first cup competitors since 1973?

And, to make issues worse, Sunderland may need already missed out on Maja’s good substitute, a natural-born goalscorer who regarded each inch just like the membership’s lacking hyperlink.

Macauley Bonne of Orient in action during the Vanarama National League match between Salford City and Leyton Orient at Moor Lane on August 4, 2018 in Salford, England.

Macauley Bonne is likely to be but to show himself within the Soccer League however his performances outdoors of the highest 4 divisions at Leyton Orient was nothing wanting exceptional. Bonne netted 24 objectives in 2018/19, firing the Orient into League Two. His document at Brisbane Street was one-in-two.

TalkSPORT claimed not too long ago that Sunderland wished to carry Bonne to Wearside however, in a serious blow to their promotion prospects, he has signed for Charlton – Ross’ Wembley dream-crushers.

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It stays to be seen whether or not Sunderland can signal one other striker with a equally spectacular document in entrance of aim.

Macauley Bonne of Leyton Orient gestures during the Vanarama National League match between Leyton Orient and Harrogate Town at Brisbane Road on April 19, 2019 in London, England.

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