English Championship giants Stoke City are one of the clubs interested in signing Liverpool striker TaiwoAwoniyi and they have been quoted the asking price for the player. This is according to the report from popular media platform The Athletic.
Stoke City lacked the necessary firepower to mount a serious assault on a place in the playoffs or the top two spots that guarantee automatic Premier League promotion during the just ended season and they are ready to address that in the new season with the reported interest in Nigerian attacker Awoniyi. Continue reading STOKE CITY QUOTED £8M FOR STRIKER
Stoke City have been handed a double boost for their English Championship clash with Coventry City on Wednesday night with the return to fitness of both John Mikel Obi and Nick Powell.
Ex-Manchester United and Crewe Alexandra player Powell has been a goalscoring sensation from midfield for manager Michael O’Neill this season and the former Northern Ireland national team boss is delighted to be able to call on him for the visit of Coventry City at the Bet365 Stadium. Continue reading STOKE HANDED BOOST FOR COVENTRY CLASH
The transfer deadline is coming drawing nearer and while some clubs are looking to continue making additions to their squad, other clubs continue to be nervous and wary of bigger sides who would want to bully them into selling their prized assets. This is currently the situation Stoke City find themselves in.
Stoke City have agreed on personal terms with Schalke 04 winger Rabbi Matondo as the player arrived to complete his medicals and every other finishing touches to the deal. Football Insider exclusively revealed that the Championship club have finally come to an agreement with the German Bundesliga side following weeks of talks as they finalised the transfer discussions.
The Wales International will join Stoke City on loan for the remainder of the season and will undergo his medicals in the next 24 hours to seal his transfer from Germany to England. The bid tabled by Stoke City was finally accepted on Sunday and Matondo was then allowed to travel to England to complete the necessary details regarding the transfer. Continue reading STOKE CITY COMPLETE THE SIGNING OF MATONDO