The latest on Marc McNulty's Sunderland future - with Hibernian and Swindon Town linked
No bids have been submitted for Sunderland loanee Marc McNulty – despite the striker being linked with Hibernian and Swindon Town in recent days.
McNulty has found opportunities difficult to come by under Phil Parkinson, but has netted five times since joining on a season-long loan from Reading.
That led to rumours of a January exit, with League Two side Swindon Town and Hibernian – now managed by Jack Ross – claimed to be keen on McNulty.
However, the Gazette understands that no bids have been submitted for McNulty as of yet, nor has there been any talk of him leaving the Stadium of Light this month.
That situation could change in the coming days, but as it stands, it looks as though the striker will remain on Wearside for the duration of the campaign.
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Indeed, Phil Parkinson has previously stated that he expected McNulty to remain at the club for the duration of the campaign.