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Sessegnon set for Sunderland departure

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It has been reported that Stephane Sessegnon is set to leave Sunderland to join Qatar side Al-Jaish for around £5 million, according to the Daily Mail.

The 29-year-old has been deemed surplus to requirements by boss Paulo Di Canio as the Italian boss continues to make big chances at the club.

The Benin international has been dropped from the starting line-up following being fined for drink driving, and now his Sunderland career looks as good as over.

Di Canio is still looking to add at least one more player to his team before the transfer window slams shut.

Toulose defender Cheikh M’Bengue, Juventus’ Paolo De Ceglie and Swansea’s Ki Sung Yeung are all targets for the boss who has already brought in 11 players this summer.

The Black Cats have had a difficult start to the season, managing just 1 point from their opening two games.

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