Now that Sunderland have been relegated to League One, there’s a lot of questions regarding the players who were loaned out last season because they didn’t want to play in the Championship.
Among them are two current Ligue 1 players: Wahbi Khazri and Papy Djilobodji.
While the Tunisian will get picked up by a good team in the summer, with the likes of Lyon and Marseille linked, what happens to the former Chelsea defender is a mystery.
Considering he moved to France for the current campaign, there is little chance of him wanting to return and play in England’s third tier, meaning an exit is most likely on the cards.
However, as reported by Infos-Dijon, his current side, Dijon, are financially unable to take on the 29-year-old permanently, as his wages will be too high for them.
Bought for just under £9m, it seems unlikely Sunderland will get their money back, and they will need some quick-fire sales to cut down their wage bill in order to comply with their reduced income.
With Dijon in 12th in Ligue 1, you would think someone in the league would be interested.
Who that could be hasn’t filtered yet.