Adnan Januzaj is unsure of his future at Manchester United after admitting 'I don't know where I will be' next season, but he is confident the season-long loan at Sunderland will make him stronger. The Belgian midfielder is spending the current season with the relegation threatened Black Cats after Jose Mourinho could not guarantee him regular game time with the United first-team. The 22-year-old has made 24 appearances for Sunderland thus far this campaign but has managed just two goals and three assists.
GK: 1 - Jimmy Montgomery No contest really. A local lad who won the FA Cup with the Lads back in 1973, Jimmy is responsible for one of the most iconic moments in Wearside history. That aside, he’s also made more appearances for the club than any other player, so to say Monty is anything other than one of the greatest homegrown players we’ve ever produced would surely be a ginormous understatement. Between the sticks, it has to be him. RB: 2 - Barry Venison Perhaps a controversial choice for his Newcastle roots, but you’d be hard pushed to find another right back that went on to play for England and captain the club in a Wembley final. Venison was a canny player if truth be told, although a series
Defoe to wait for his chance There was no England appearance for Jermain Defoe last night, as Gareth Southgate’s side lost 1-0 to Germany in Dortmund with the Sunderland forward sat firmly on the bench. The England boss preferred Jamie Vardy up front but with Wembley playing host to Lithuania in a friendly on Sunday evening, Defoe likely has a good chance of a run-out in that one. And the presence of Bradley Lowery as mascot should only add to what promises to be a special night. From a Sunderland perspective, the recall of Defoe to the national side has merely precipitated talk of him leaving the Stadium of Light in the summer should David Moyes oversee relegation from the Premier League. The