Sunderland’s season so far is not one that any club would want to be going through as they are sitting on the bottom spot of the Premier League as they are trying to climb positions in the league but have been unable on doing so.

The fears of getting relegated are escalating after week match-day but the summer signing Vito Mannonne said that all what Sunderland needs to do is believe in the objective they set themselves, which in this case is getting out of the bottom positions.

Mannone told the Gazette: “We knew it was an important day against Norwich. We looked at the fixtures before, and we knew that other teams would possibly not get all the points.
“It was our chance; at home against Norwich, and we didn’t take it.

“But we’re not the only team in our position. Some teams have to climb the table, and come out of the situation. You just need to believe it and do your job every day, and do your best. We’ve shown we are a good team.”

The boss of Sunderland Gus Poyet is considering making a move for the QPR shot-stopper Julio Cesar who is having more time on the bench than on the playing field as Harry Redknapp prefers using the services of another player instead of the former Inter Milan player.

An offer of £1million would be enough for Sunderland to snatch him up considering his situation in QPR but the real problem lies on his wages which is £50,000-a-week. Those wages might be too much for the budget that Sunderland has available and considering the recent string of great performances from Vito Mannonne, signing Julio Cesar is getting further and further out of reach for the relegation zone club.