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Gordon to see knee specialist

Sunderland goalkeeper Craig Gordon is to visit a specialist in Sweden next week over his troublesome knee injury.

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The £9 million man has struggled since returning early from Scotland duty last month with the problem, and was an unused substitute for last weekend's 2-0 Premier League defeat at Everton as Simon Mignolet took over.

Manager Steve Bruce said: ''Craig Gordon is not 100% fit, I have to report that. He's going to see a specialist on Monday. He came back from Scotland with a knee injury and it has been niggling away at him. He's away to see a specialist in Sweden on Monday and we will see how he is.''

Striker Danny Welbeck has returned to training following his long-term knee injury and could be included in the squad for Saturday's trip to Arsenal. Both he and Fraizer Campbell, who has also been a long-term absentee with a knee problem, are expected to play in a behind-closed-doors friendly next week.

Bruce said: ''Danny Welbeck is training today with Fraizer Campbell. Welbeck, if he comes through the next two days, could be involved on Saturday. We have got a game against West Ham on Tuesday here and I expect Fraizer and Danny both to be playing in that.''

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