Admitting that at this stage of the season any acquisitions would be helpful, Sunderland today inquired with Everton over whether Tomasz Radzinski is still hanging about.
Speaking from his office at the club’s training ground, Black Cats manager David Moyes revealed that he had decided to ask about the Canadian forward while looking back through old photos.
“Obviously, it’d be ideal to get someone that’s at most in their 30s and still actually playing professionally but Tomasz could really do a job back in the day,” Moyes reportedly told a member of Ronald Koeman’s coaching staff, before adding that he’d even appreciate someone passing Radzinski’s number onto him.
“I’d just like to have a word with Tommy, he might even live in the area still. If he’s in any sort of shape – fitness wise – I’d love to chat to him for a bit.”
At press time, Moyes tentatively asked Everton staff whether they might also have some spare bibs and cones lying around if they could send them down.