Aussie high-flyer interests big spending Black Cats - reports

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Everton midfielder Tim Cahill is target for Sunderland, according to Metro.

The 31-year-old is entering his eighth season at Goodison Park, and with the club in limbo following Bill Kenwright's financial revelations, Cahill may be tempted to make a move, while he can.

And Sunderland, who have been free spending this summer, may be interested.

Cahill has proved himself countless times to be a crucial asset to David Moyes, with the Aussie, who is particular adept with his head, chipping in with vital goals at regular intervals for Everton.


However, without a goal in 2011, Cahill's time at Everton may be running out.

Cahill is contracted to Everton until 2014.

Sunderland may be tempted to may one last foray into the transfer market, during a summer which has seen 21 players join and leave the Stadium of Light.

The likes of Craig Gardner and Connor Wickham have come in for Sunderland, but the new boys showed little sign of having gelled during their defeat by Newcastle United on Saturday.

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