David Moberg Karlsson seeking Sunderland departure

David Moberg Karlsson of Sunderland in action during the Barclays Asia Trophy Semi Final match between Tottenham Hotspur and Sunderland at Hong Kong Stadium on July 24, 2013
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Sunderland midfielder David Moberg Karlsson is keen to secure a move away from the Stadium of Light, according to his representative.

Agent Per Jonsson has revealed that Sunderland midfielder David Moberg Karlsson wants to earn a permanent move away from the Stadium of Light.

Karlsson moved to the Black Cats last summer, but after being limited to just one first-team appearance, Jonsson has insisted that his client isn't prepared to wait for his chance at the North-East club.

Jonsson told The Journal: "What David wants is to find a club that would have him as they see him, as the offensive player he is. The problem lies in that Sunderland must take a loss. They do not want to sell him cheaply.

"We can get a loan, but we're not so keen on it. I do not think that David wants to be loaned out again. We want to find a permanent solution so David gets peace and quiet for a while."

The 20-year-old was loaned out to Kilmarnock for the second half of last season, but he only made four appearances for the Scottish team.

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