Stoke City seems to be still interested in signing Daniel Iverson and can probably make a move for the goalkeeper in the transfer window summer.
But the deal will depend on if or not Leicester can strengthen its choices in this specific position. The Foxes have been touted with a transfer for Antony Patterson, the Sunderland keeper. (more…)
Nigel Pearson, the Bristol City manager has praised the capabilities of Phil Jagielka after the former defender helped Stoke City earn an invaluable win at Ashton Gate.
Chelsea have decided to bring Prince Adegoke back to Stamford Bridge, having originally allowed the player to join Stoke on a trial basis. The Potters have brought the youngster in to keep a close eye on him and to see if it was worth pursuing a more permanent arrangement for the goalkeeper. However, the Blues have now taken the decision out of their hands for the time being, with All Nigeria Soccer reporting that the player has returned to his parent club.
Kenwyne Jones played for Sunderland, Stoke City, Sheffield Wednesday and Cardiff City throughout his career. Jones, now aged 37, began his career in his home country of Trinidad and Tobago. He made a name for himself playing for a team called W Connection where he scored 30 times in 31 games. This ended up being the first glance of Jones’ prolific goal scoring ability and it earned him his big move to England. Jones joined Southampton back in 2004 where he would be sent out on loan twice to the Owls and then the Potters.
West Brom are among a host of clubs on transfer alert to sign Brighton defender Matt Clarke this summer, according to the Stoke Sentinel. The online outlet has reported on its website that clubs are alerted to the defender’s availability, with a loan or even a permanent move now on the cards. Stoke are the other named side in the race for the Seagulls enforcer, who spent the 2021-22 season on loan at The Hawthorns in a disappointing campaign.
Stoke City take on Cork to wrap up a week-long training camp in Ireland, just three weeks before the start of the Championship season. Stoke have been based at Fota Island over the last few days, with double sessions as Michael O’Neill builds up his squad ready for an away game at Millwall in late July. There will be five new signings on display for travelling Stoke fans, as well as a host of young players hoping to catch the manager’s eye.
It’s a 5pm kick-off on Saturday, July 9 at Turner’s Cross Stadium, in Cork. Turner’s Cross has a capacity of 7,485 and Stoke supporters will be based in the St Anne’s End. (more…)
Scottish Premiership giants Rangers are reportedly eyeing a move for Stoke City left-back Josh Tymon. This is according to the report from Scottish Sun which stated that the Europa League finalists want to sign the Stoke City defender during this summer’s transfer window.
Stoke City manager Michael O’Neill would be hoping to keep Tymon and the other important players in his squad while adding new players ahead of another Championship campaign. However, the Stoke City boss could struggle to hold on tohis best players in the face of interest from Rangers and other big teams on the Europeanfootball scene. (more…)
Stoke City and several other English teams are in the race to sign MK Dons midfielder Scott Twine this summer. This is according to the report from the stables of TEAMtalk which revealed that Stoke City will have to fend off the interest of many teams in their bid to sign Twine from MK Dons when this summer’s transfer window opens.
Apart from Stoke City, other English Championship teams teams such as Middlesbrough and West Brom are also interested in signing the 22-year-old midfielder. The MK Dons player is also attracting interest from the Premier League with Norwich City and Burnley keen on him. Norwich City have already known their status for next season as they would be in the English Championship after their relegation from the Premier League was confirmed last weekend courtesy the 1-0 defeat to hosts Aston Villa with Ollie Watkins getting the only goal of the game in the first half. For Burnley, a run of ten points from their last four games has taken them closer to Premier League safety though they are just two points clear of the relegation zone ahead of their final four games. (more…)
Former Stoke City defender Erik Pieters was a major absentee for his Burnley side during the 1-0 win at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers in a Premier League clash played on Sunday. The Dutchman has been missingfor several weeks due to a knee injury. The former Stoke City left-back started the season as a second choice left-sided defender at Burnley behind first choice Charlie Taylor. He was able to get a lot of playing time after Taylor picked up an injury during the season. Pieters, who moved from Stoke City to Burnley some years ago, joined others in the treatment room shortly after Taylor returned from injury.
Caretaker manager Mike Jackson spoke about Pietersin his pre-match press conference on Friday ahead of the home game with Wolves. Jackson told reporters that the Dutch international is back running on the grass, but he didn’t put a timescale on his return to the first team. Ex-Stoke City man Pieters is one of the six players in the treatment room at Burnley who are trying to avoid relegation to the English Championship at the end of this season. The other players in the treatment room are Jay Rodriguez (calf), Johann Berg Gudmundson (calf), Ben Mee (calf), Maxwel Cornet (knee) and Ashley Westwood (ankle). (more…)