Sunderland defender Conor McLaughlin has spoken about the mood in the dressing room. According to Conor McLaughlin, the feel-good factor has filtered into the Sunderland dressing room after the takeover was completed. Conor McLaughlin and Sunderland are in a big and positive moodliftafter the takeover of the club was finalised. Sunderland fans are in high spirits after the takeover of the club by Kyril Louis-Dreyfus. The 23-year-old billionaire has been making his mark at the League One club following his takeover. Dion Sanderson is on loan at Sunderland from Premier League club Wolves and he has been one of the best players for the Black Cats in recent weeks. As per the Daily Mail, Sunderland want to turn the loan deal of Dion Sanderson into a permanent one and it is dependent on Wolves if they want to sell the player. Dion Sanderson is a graduate of the academy at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Conor McLaughlin talked about the positive mood of the Sunderland dressing room in a chat with the Sunderland Echo and that the positive mood is down to the takeover of the club by Kyril Louis-Dreyfus. Conor McLaughlin is an important member of the current playing squad at Sunderland. Conor McLaughlin and his Sunderland players are faced with the threat of Crewe Alexandra for this weekend and manager Lee Johnson is targeting a win from the game. Ahead of the game against Crewe Alexandra on Saturday, Sunderland boss Lee Johnson could welcome back Josh Scowen into the squad for the Crewe game. Lee Johnson informed the official website of the club that former Barnsley player Josh Scowen should be back for the Crewe clash. While Lee Johnson and the Sunderland team have been boosted with the potential return of ex-Barnsley star Scowen, the Black Cats are still without two important players. Tom Flanagan and Ross Stewart have struggled to recover from their respective injuries and the two players will sit out the Crewe Alexandra game this weekend.