Sunderland is reportedly interested in signing Jurgen Damm this summer.
The club from the north-east of England was relegated from the Premier League after a disastrous 2016/17 season saw them finish in last place with just 24 points.
According to Telemundo, the club has set its sights on our pacey winger in a bid to secure an immediate return to England’s lucrative top flight.
Whether there is any truth to the rumors is debatable; Sunderland is currently without a manager after former Man Utd manager David Moyes resigned over the weekend. It seems unlikely any business would be concluded until they have a new coach in place.
Multimedios report Bayer Leverkusen, Borussia Dortmund, Roma, PSV Eindhoven, and PSG have also been linked with a move in previous moves.
Damm has been playing the best football of his Tigres career in the last eight months, but has been limited to a super-sub role in recent weeks after Sosa and Zelarayan won back their places in the starting XI.