Sunderland have completed the loan signing of defender Kader Mangane on loan until the end of the season.
The Senegalese International who has the opportunity to make his move permanent in the summer, completed a medical today and agreed personal terms with the club.
The twenty-nine-year old moves from Saudi Arabian side Al-Hilal, and will be a welcome addition to Martin O'Neill's side who are currently experiencing an injury crisis in defence.
He won't miss any games for his new club this month as Senegal failed to qualify for this months African Cup of Nations.
Mangane will become the clubs second signing of the January Transfer Window with more set to follow in Swansea City striker Danny Graham being heavily linked.
Other transfer news out of the Stadium of Light is an interest in Toulouse midfielder Moussa Sissoko, and QPR showing a firm interest in centre half Titus Bramble, with the defenders contract expiring in the summer.
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