Sebastian Larsson open to Sunderland stay

Sunderland's Swedish midfielder Sebastian Larsson celebrates scoring his team's second goal during the English League Cup football match between Sunderland AFC and Southampton FC at the Stadium of Light in Sunderland, northern England, on November 6, 2013
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Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson says that he would be open to signing a fresh deal with the club.

Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson has admitted that he would consider signing a new deal with the club.

The 28-year-old is out of contract at the Stadium of Light this summer, with reports suggesting that he will leave the Black Cats.

However, the Sweden international has insisted that he is keeping his options open.

"I've never closed the door. It depends on what the conversations provide, what the club want and I want," The Journal quotes him as saying.

"We've had a turbulent two years, but purely socially and in terms of football it has been a good place to be even though it's been up and down. But that does not mean I have signed for them.

"Thinking about leaving if there is a chance to stay would be pretty difficult. But I'm still open. We look at the options available and will pick out the one that feels best."

Larsson joined Sunderland from Birmingham City in 2011.

Vito Mannone of Sunderland celebrates victory during the Capital One Cup Quarter-Final match between Sunderland and Chelsea at Stadium of Light on December 17, 2013
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