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Larsson Signs For Sunderland

Sebastian Larsson has completed his expected move to Sunderland where he teams up once again with ex-boss Steve Bruce.

Larsson was signed by Bruce for Birmingham from Arsenal in January 2007 following a successful loan spell.

'I have worked with the manager before and that obviously made the decision easier, but mainly it feels like it is a huge club and it feels like a great challenge for me,' the 26-year-old Larsson told SAFC TV.

'I want to take the next step in my career and I really feel I can do that coming to Sunderland.'

Bruce added: 'Seb was a fantastic young player for me at Birmingham and he has matured into a very good midfielder.

'He has been courted by a number of top clubs over the summer - both in England and across Europe—so we are naturally delighted that he has chosen to come to Sunderland.'

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Date:Friday July 1 2011

Time: 2:39PM


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