AS Roma midfielder Michael Bradley doesn't look as though he'll be leaving the Italian capital any time soon, as his agent spoke recently about any impending moves.
The club have reportedly put a fee on his head of between ten and twelve million Euros, but even if matched it won't be enough for him to leave the Stadio Olimpico.
Alberto Faccini, who represents Bradley, said;
The player has already responded to this, everything is very clear. He wants to stay at Roma and the club has said numerous times that he is not for sale. He is staying in the capital.
Having only signed for the Giallorossi last summer from Chievo, any move always seemed to be a little out of Sunderland's reach, and now it seems as though we can put a cap on this one.
It was hoped by Sunderland's senior management that Bradley could help provide the support for Jozy Altidore he does so well for the national side, but options will have to be assessed and new targets moved on to.
There could well be one Serie A midfielder however joining Sunderland in the near future, if other reports in Italy are to be believed, as we reported earlier today.