Stoke City manager Mark Hughes is hoping to strike a deal to bring winger Oussama Assaidi back to the Britannia Stadium, according to The Daily Star.
The 25-year-old spent the 2013/14 season at Stoke on loan from Liverpool, and Potters boss Hughes is hopeful that a permanent transfer can now be completed.
Assaidi, who scored five goals in 25 appearances in all competitions for Stoke last season, will not come cheap, however, as he ...More
Spanish forward Bojan Krkić has been given until tomorrow to decide whether or not he wants to spend the 2014/15 season in the Premier League with Stoke City, reports The Daily Star.
The 23-year-old Spanish international held discussions with Potters boss Mark Hughes last week regarding a year-long loan deal, but has yet to make a decision over the move.
But Barcelona are now demanding that he decides where his future lies by the en...More
Stoke are aiming to sign to sign Barcelona striker Bojan Krkic on a season long loan with the player aiming to kick-start his career, having fallen away in recent times, the Daily Telegraph has reported.
In a somewhat shock move Stoke have held talks with the 23-year-old who was at one time hailed as the ‘new Messi’, with the deal representing a huge coup for the club should it be done.
Bojan has not lived up to the massive expectat...More
Jack Rodwell will have the choice of half the Premier League if he is this summer allowed to leave Manchester City, Sky Sports has reported.
Rodwell, who moved to City from Everton in the summer of 2012 in a £12m deal, has struggled to make an impact with the champions, injuries limiting his availability to only 26 appearances. Everton are one of a number of teams said to be monitoring the situation.
The Toffees will be rivalled by ...More
Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has confirmed that he has no plans to sell striker Peter Crouch despite the arrival of new attacking talent, reports Sky Sports.
Hughes recently captured the signing of striker Mame Biram Diouf on a free transfer from Bundesliga outfit Hannover 96. The Senegal international boasted an extremely impressive strike rate during his time in Germany and is expected by many to be Hughes’ first choice to lead t...More
Stoke City are keen to secure the services of Bosnian World Cup goalkeeper Asmir Begović with a newly extended contract, reports The Daily Star.
The giant stopper is under contract at the Britannia Stadium for another two years, but Potters chairman Peter Coates has expressed his desire to tie Begović to a longer deal, with transfer rumours circulating.
“We have to protect ourselves,” said Coates. “Asmir's very much our player and n...More
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