According to a report, former Hibs man Dylan McGeouch is pondering his future at Sunderland after finding his amount of games limited (Daily Record).

The midfielder moved to Sunderland in the summer of 2018. It’s been a frustrating spell for him in periods, making 22 appearances from 46 in League One last year and 12 in all competitions this season.

McGeouch isn’t getting many games. (Photo by Steven Hadlow/MI News/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

McGeouch’s now approaching the final six months of his Stadium of Light deal and may review his standing at the club in January.

Parkinson hasn’t brought minutes for him at Sunderland

Since the sacking of Jack Ross and the arrival of Phil Parkinson, McGeouch hasn’t kicked a ball in league action for the Black Cats. He is struggling with a niggling injury but is close to a return.

Whteher that means he gets involved with first-team action is unknown. Parkinson’s side haven’t won in seven matches and sit 11th in League One, five points outside the promotion play-offs.

Furstarting times for the Sunderland man. (Photo by Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA/Getty Images)

Aberdeen and Hibs were both linked in the summer so perhaps they’ll be interested in this development. For a player with the talent McGeouch possesses, it’s a shame that he’s seemingly out in the English third tier wilderness.

He’ll have a big decision to make come January if he’s still not getting the required minutes he needs.

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