Chris Coleman is set to become manager of Sunderland, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC, after leaving his job as Wales boss on Friday.
On Thursday, sources said that Coleman was the top candidate for the Sunderland job, and the Black Cats have now convinced him to take over at the Stadium of Light.
Coleman's future as Wales manager has been in doubt following their failure to qualify for next summer's World Cup finals in Russia, and he left his role on Friday after talks with the Welsh FA failed...
Managerless, rock-bottom Sunderland will be without Lamine Kone for Saturday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Millwall at the Stadium of Light.
The Wearside club, who are winless in their last 14 league games, last week announced defender Kone was expected to be out for eight to 10 weeks due a knee injury he suffered in training.
James Vaughan is also sidelined, by a groin problem, and Billy Jones is a doubt after coming off in the first half of the 1-0 loss at Middlesbrough last time out, but Tyias...
Wales boss Chris Coleman has emerged as the clear front-runner for the vacant manager's job at Sunderland, sources close to the Welshman told ESPN FC.
Coleman's future as Wales manager has been in doubt following their failure to qualify for next summer's World Cup finals in Russia.
The 47-year-old has opened talks with the Football Association of Wales over a new deal, but after Tuesday's draw with Panama, he refused to rule out a return to club management.
Sunderland are searching for a new manager...
Dwight Yorke has told talkSPORT he is interested in the managerial vacancy at his former club Sunderland.
The ex-Aston Villa and Manchester United striker, who has completed his coaching badges, is hoping to break into management.
Sunderland sacked boss Simon Grayson after a run that has seen them win only once in the Championship since relegation from the Premier League last season.
They are bottom of the table with only 10 points from 16 games, and Yorke said he had left messages to inform them...