Anderlecht's Hungaian international defender Roland Juhasz has stated he's prefer a move to "Western Europe" which would open the door to a heavily speculated move to Sunderland as opposed to Dnipro or Trabzonspor, who have also been credited with making a move for him.
Juhasz was once highly rated by the footballing community and has been a stalwart of the Anderlecht defence in recent years before falling out of favour with manager John Van Den Brom this summer, barely playing a game for the Belgian giants.
Speaking with Anderlecht Online, the central defender said;
Last year I said I wanted to end my career in Anderlecht. But things can change rapidly. I barely played despite the fact I keep on working on training. If I want to keep my place in the Hungarian national team, I have to change clubs. But I am looking for a team in Western Europe in the first place.
I can't say I know a great deal about Juhasz other than he was once a must buy on Football Manager. Hopefully he manages to live up to the potential shown there, and isn't another Tonton Zola-Moukouko.
In all seriousness though we need a defender or two quite badly, and at 29-years old he should be in his prime years. A rumoured fee of around £1m wouldn't break the bank for a bargain-hunting Martin O'Neill either.