Sunderland forward Jermain Defoe declared Thursday he was set up to change his football boots for some altogether different footwear so as to partake in the BBC’s hit TV program Strictly Come Dancing. The 34-year-old England universal is striving until further notice to help upper east side Sunderland maintain a distance from designation from the Premier League, despite the fact that this looks an undeniably sad undertaking with the Black Cats 10 focuses unfastened of security and just eight diversions left. Defoe could leave Sunderland if they drop to the second-level Championship and showing up on an early-morning talk appear on Britain’s ITV, the BBC’s first earthbound adversary, was inquired as to whether he would participate in Strictly, a VIP move rivalry. “I did a meeting not very far in the past, and they made the inquiry, and I resembled: ‘better believe it why not!’, Defoe said. “I’ve appreciated moving; I originate from a West Indian Foundation so you never know.
So if they need me, call me.” Several footballers, including previous Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel and ex-England forward John Barnes, have shown up on the program with fluctuating degrees of progress. Be that as it may, previous England cricketers Darren Gough and Mark Ramprakash won the opposition in 2005 and 2006 separately. Defoe has turned out to be notable this season for his kinship with at death’s door five-year-old Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery, who has shown up as a mascot at a portion of the club’s diversions amid the season.
Lowery has an uncommon type of malignancy, and Defoe stated: “He was humming round the changing rooms plus when he saw me he just kept running over to me, just hopped on my lap. “I mean from that moment minute the bond began there, and he is an astounding kid. “Individuals discuss what I convey to his life yet I can genuinely say he has transformed me into a man you know, going to visit him in a clinic.” As for Lowery’s present condition, Defoe included: “We saw him a week ago, me and my better half, and to be straightforward he wasn’t too well. He hasn’t been eating which is a stress yet I mean separated from that, similar to you stated, he’s a warrior.”He’s battling each day. We took him some toys and a few desserts, which was decent, yet step by step ideally he’ll show signs of improvement, you know, everything you can do is supplicate.”