Turkish outfit Sivasspor have put in a bid for the signature of Sunderland midfielder Alex Pritchard, who Tony Mowbray wants at Birmingham City.


The 30-year-old has been a key player for Sunderland this season but he could be on his way out of the club in this month’s window.


With only six months left on his contract, Sunderland have a decision to make on his future and several clubs have their eyes on him.




Ex-Sunderland boss Mowbray wants to reunite with Pritchard at St. Andrew’s and is driving Birmingham’s interest in the midfielder.


However, according to Turkish outlet Sports Digitale, Sivasspor are the ones who have made a concrete move to land him.



The Turkish outfit have tabled a bid with Sunderland for the signature of Pritchard in the winter window.


Sivasspor are pushing ahead to try and secure an agreement with Sunderland for the midfielder’s signature.



Pritchard also has suitors in the US where Colorado Rapids are interested in getting their hands on him.


It is unclear whether the player is keen on a move abroad or would prefer to stay in England.