The Greek attacking midfielder has dropped down the pecking order at Stadium of Light and the Black Cats are open to let him leave the club on loan until the summer.
Sunderland Echo reports that both Panathinaikos and PAOK have expressed interest in singing him on loan and Sunderland manager Gus Poyet confirmed that the club is working on the matter.
With Harry there’s been a little bit of interest, but not a lot. And time goes past. You don’t know when it’s enough, but those are the decisions they need to make. The options are at a different level and sometimes it’s difficult to accept that and then restart. But things need to happen. We’re working on it. We’re working on the happiness for everybody,” Poyet told Sunderland Echo.