"We have a deal with a club and we are waiting for an answer, if you like, a decision from a player".
Although, he didn't mention the name of the club, nor revealed the identity of player, but according to Sunderland Echo, the Black Cats have agreed terms on a loan deal with Derby County for Chris Martin.
The Black Cats now have permission to speak to the 29-year-old striker.
"Right now where we are they are going to get experience, and they've got to milk every last ounce of the minutes they get on the pitch and learn from it".
He has also talked about how he will not pick Jack Rodwell because he says the three-time England global no longer wants to play for the club. Until it is done I can't say yes I am super confident until it is done.
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"They've got contracts but we're talking about seasoned players, there's a long way to go yet and a lot of hard work".
"I think "we've got it" but we haven't yet".
Coleman spoke of his delight at the performance in his post-match press conference, saying: "I thought we were terrific, I really did". You see the vulnerability of the squad.
"Especially in this type of game where we're up against it and we've put ourselves under pressure with a heavy defeat last week and a really poor second 45 minutes". Young Ampadu can also play as a deep-lying playmaker or a defensive midfielder and would address many concerns in a Sunderland squad who are looking any sort of inspiration in order to not drop down in the third tier of English football.
"We have to build on what we have got, help the squad out with a bit of strength in depth, and go all out to do that". Even if they were interested in a permanent deal, it would've been highly unlikely that Chelsea would have considered selling Ampadu as he is one of the highly rated prospects in world football.