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Stewart Donald is slowly disappearing from Sunderland altogether after the club confirmed Kyril Louis-Dreyfus and Juan Sartori have purchased more of his shares.

Louis-Dreyfus has been the majority owner at Sunderland for some time, and he increased that further last summer when he bought Charlie Methven out of the club.

Donald has remained, with him reducing his shareholding to 19% as part of that ownership reshuffle in June.

That stake has not been reduced further to 9%, though, with Louis-Dreyfus increasing his share to 58% (7% increase) and Sartori now owning 33% (an increase of 3%)

“Sunderland AFC today confirms Kyril Louis-Dreyfus has increased his shareholding in the cub,” a statement read.

“Mr Louis-Dreyfus has increased his stake to 58%, with Juan Sartori increasing his shareholding to 33%.

“The acquisition has been made through the purchase of shares previously held by Stewart Donald, who has reduced his stake to 9%.

“SAFC’s Board of Directors and governance remains unchanged.”

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