It appears that Sunderland are currently in the running for a new forward, with loan deals on the cards. The Black cats have already signed Charlie Wyke and Jerome Sinclair this summer. However, the pair are currently injured and Sunderland need more depth in the attacking positions.
Finding a player in the loan market that will want to drop down to League One and is affordable for Sunderland is no easy task.
Recently, the club have had Kacper Przybylko on trial. However, it is another Polish attacker that could be a perfect target for Sunderland.
Michal Zyro currently has no future at current club Wolverhampton Wanderers. The 25-year-old has had his shirt number taken from him at Molineux and is currently training away from the first-team.
Signed from Legia Warsaw in 2015, his career at Wolves hit the skids after a serious knee injury early into his time at the club.
However, the Polish international still has plenty to offer English football. He is also clearly willing to drop down to League One. Last season he headed to Charlton Athletic on a six-month loan deal. The attacker, who can play as a striker or on the wing, helped the Addicks to the League One play-offs last season, where they lost to Shrewsbury.
Sunderland need better options in the attacking third and Zyro would relish the chance of regular football at the Stadium of Light. This would be the perfect deal for Sunderland and the Polish forward.