The Football Insider 247 have broadcasted the words of the renowned journalist Alan Nixon saying that the Leeds United goalkeeper Andy Lonergan is frustrated after his transfer to Sunderland collapsed on the last day of the January transfer window.
The Black Cat have been trying to take the 34-year-old keeper on loan, but they have ultimately signed Cardiff City’s Lee Camp.
Lonergan has been determined to leave Elland Road this winter since he struggled to find the room next to Felix Wiedwald.
The former Preston North End shot-stopper has only managed to collect seven appearances in the Championship so far, and Thomas Christiansen has no intention of switching Wiedwald after some stunning performances provided by the former Werder Bremen man.
According to Nixon, Lonergan was desperate to move to the Stadium of Light seeking some regular first-team action.
However, the Whites have decided to stop the transfer, which is understandable, considering they would’ve left with the inexperienced Bailey Peacock-Farrell.