Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Sunderland 'sign' Chelsea defender

Sunderland 'sign' Chelsea defender

The Black Cats have consistently signed young defenders in recent seasons, with Donald Love, Tyias Browning and Brendan Galloway all arriving at the Stadium of Light - the latter two similarly penning temporary deals.

And speaking to, full-back Jones revealed how the young defender is settling into life on Wearside.

The 17-year-old is however yet to start a Premier League for the defending champions, but his stupendous performances in the Carabao Cup has prompted Sunderland to seek for his signature before the window closes.

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It is understood that the deal has been agreed in principle, with Clarke Salter expected to travel to Sunderland on Sunday to finalise the switch.

- Keith Downie (@SkySports_Keith) January 6, 2018Jake Clarke-Salter is a centre back.

Sunderland will hope to have Clarke-Salter signed for their next match against Cardiff City.

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He spent time on loan at Bristol Rovers last season and Chelsea are keen for him to pick up experience in the Championship this term. He made twelve appearances in League One.

Clarke-Slater was part of the England U-20 squad that won the world Cup last summer and Chelsea legend John Terry has also previously mentioned that the youngster could be his successor at Stamford Bridge.

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