A Sunderland supporter-led consortium reportedly want to bring Arsenal legend, Tony Adams, on board as manager.

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The supporter-led consortium, who own the Fulwell73 company, are apparently planning a takeover following Sunderland’s relegation from the Premier League last season.

According to Chronicle Live, Tony Adams is thought to be involved and the former centre-back could become manager next term.

Adams has hit headlines for a variety of reasons over the past few months.

First, he was appointed manager of Granada, who then got relegated from La Liga. However, considering he was only thought to be there to help find a new coach, it’s unclear whether he’ll even be in Spain next season.

Adams was given the role by John Jiang, the Chinese owner of the club, who also owns Chongqing Lifan, whose academy Adams had been head coach of since last summer.

Adams has also been in the press promoting his latest book, Sober, and being far from complimentary about his former manager, Arsene Wenger.

Could the ex-Arsenal skipper really be Sunderland’s new manager? Time will tell.

The former Black Cats’ boss, David Moyes, resigned on 22 May.

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