Well, according to the Sun:
'Manchester United superkid Giuseppe Rossi is set for a shock loan switch from Newcastle to Sunderland.
Old Trafford boss Alex Ferguson is unhappy at the 21-year-old striker's lack of first-team chances at Toon.
So Fergie is recalling the Italy Under-21 star from St James' Park — and then letting him join Newcastle's North-East rivals, who are managed by his old skipper Roy Keane.
Rossi has started only five games — three Premiership and two Carling Cup ties — since joining Glenn Roeder's Magpies last August.
His only goal was in the 3-0 League Cup win over Portsmouth in October.
Keane has already been in touch with his old boss with the promise of games for Rossi.
And Keane will also try to persuade Fergie to let him borrow centre-back Jonny Evans, who is already a Northern Ireland cap at 19.
Reds right-back Phil Bardsley, 21, whose loan at Rangers was cut short after a bust-up, is already set for a loan move to Sunderland.'