Carlisle United are set to benefit from their former striker Charlie Wyke's move from Bradford to Sunderland.

The frontman has completed his transfer to the Stadium of Light.

That means the Blues can expect some proceeds from the move through a sell-on clause in the deal that took Wyke from Brunton Park to Bradford in January 2017.

The size of the clause has never been revealed, while United have yet to comment, but fans' group CUOSC confirmed at their recent AGM that such a clause was in place.

Some reports have suggested 25-year-old Wyke has moved for an initial fee of around £500,000, potentially rising to £1m, on a three-year deal.

Wyke has recently been sidelined with a knee injury which kept him out of the Bantams' friendly at Carlisle last Saturday.

Speaking to Sunderland's website, he said: "I’m delighted to get it over the line so that I can concentrate on my football again.

"It’s a massive club, and coming from the north east, I know exactly how much it means to people.

"The one thing that everybody wants here is promotion, so we have to get that and win as many games as we can.

"I can’t wait to get started."