Vaughan has signed an 18-month deal. "We still need two in there".
James sees himself playing elsewhere, I don't think it has worked great here. "It may take a few days".
Young Liverpool forward Ben Woodburn, 18, remains a priority on loan while another player linked with Wearside is Derby County striker Chris Martin and Rams boss Gary Rowett has confirmed there is interest in him from Championship clubs.
Walters would add a much-needed presence to the frontline but the 34-year-old has only started one first-team game for Burnley since his £3million summer move from Stoke City. We are bottom of the league and we've been there for a long time, so what's the point in keeping things the same?
"We slipped up against Barnsley which was really disappointing, but we can't dwell on that because the points are so important for us and it really is just a case of marching onto the next challenge". We have to change things.
"Whether we kept him or not, I still wanted to bring in two strikers".
Coleman is aiming to bring in four more players before the transfer window closes. I don't like it - hate it!
What do we get out of (a player leaving on loan)?
Whilst Didier Ndong and Lamine Kone have returned back to training this week, it's expected that both players will leave before the current transfer window closes - and, as reported earlier today on the site, Coleman confirmed that Gabon worldwide Ndong has asked to leave the club.
If deals that ultimately favour Sunderland can't be found then the pair will remain as our players beyond the January transfer window - and, regardless of how they feel about this club or where they believe their futures lie, they'll be expected to earn their weekly wage and contribute on the pitch.
Coleman added: "Brendan has been short of game time".
"I think there will be a conversation".