Sunderland fans divided over possible departure of Honeyman

George Honeyman has been a Sunderland player for his entire career having come through the academy in 2015.

At the start of the season, manager Jack Ross named the midfielder as club captain.

Since the campaign kicked off, Honeyman has had a mixed bag of performances in the 16 games that he has played in.

During that time, the midfielder has scored three goals and registered two assists, but there is speculation that the Black Cats could be without him for the second half of the season.

According to The Sun, Sheffield United are keen to make a move for Honeyman when the transfer window reopens in January.

This report has sparked a debate among the Sunderland supporters, with some open to letting him go, while others believe that he is good enough to do a decent job for the remainder of the campaign.

Newspaper The Chronicle began a discussion via their Twitter page.