Kieffer Moore has been linked with a move to Leeds United this month as Daniel Farke appears set to bring in a few players – but Carlton Palmer believes he should join one of our Championship rivals.
After two years at Bournemouth, where he scored 10 goals in just 44 games, Moore, 31, may be poised to depart the team. Due to Dominic Solanke’s outstanding play, the striker is having difficulty getting into games.
Leeds is reportedly aware that the Wales star may be available and is one of the clubs interested in him. A player who has netted 12 goals for Wales in international competition; half of those goals were assisted by our Dan James.
Sunderland is reportedly in the lead in the competition for the £40,000-per-week player, who scored in Bournemouth’s FA Cup victory against QPR the previous game. Moore will want to leave, but Andoni Iraola is rumoured to want to keep him.
Palmer, a former Leeds midfielder, has now discussed the interest in the striker and asserted that Sunderland would be wise to sign him. He claims he might take Ross Stewart’s place on Wearside.
Scotland needs objectives. Moore is getting older, so this would probably be a loan transfer. He is comparable in stature to the departing Ross Stewart. The supporters would instantly warm up to him since he was tall, agile, and good in both boxes.
According to Palmer, FLW, “Sunderland is currently sixth in the Championship, and with Moore’s signing, they could secure a play-off spot for a second consecutive season.”