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Sky Sports - Thu Jul 6 5:54 PM
Stoke boss Mark Hughes has confirmed his interest in Manchester City's Fabian Delph as he looks to further strengthen his squad.
Sky Sports - Thu Jul 6 5:54 PM
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes has admitted that Jonathan Walters could join Premier League rivals Burnley, saying that he would not stand in the way of the Irish striker if he wishes to leave the bet365 Stadium.
Sky Sports - Thu Jul 6 2:09 PM
Stoke boss Mark Hughes believes Romelu Lukaku has proved he has the talent to replace Zlatan Ibrahimovic at Manchester United.
Sky Sports - Thu Jul 6 3:10 AM
SkySports Stoke City have accepted a bid that could rise to £3m from Burnley for striker Jon Walters, according to Sky Sources. The 33-year-old Republic of Ireland international is yet to complete a medical and agree personal terms, but the transfer could be and more »
Sky Sports - Wed Jul 5 6:47 PM
Stoke City have accepted a bid that could rise to £3m from Burnley for striker Jon Walters, according to Sky Sources.
Sky Sports - Wed Jul 5 5:42 PM
Are the days of just 'announcing' a new signing by name coming to end? If this summer's window is anything to go by then they might well be.
Sky Sports - Wed Jul 5 4:59 PM
Stoke City have announced the signing of defender Josh Tymon on a five-year deal.
Sky Sports - Tue Jul 4 6:05 AM
With Liverpool forward Danny Ings having recently returned to training following yet another long-term lay-off, we bring you up-to-date with others on the comeback trail from injury ahead of the new season.
Sky Sports - Mon Jul 3 11:51 AM
Stoke City midfielder Stephen Ireland has signed a six-month contract extension as he continues to recover from a broken leg that cost him the entire 2016-17 campaign, the Premier League club said.
Sky Sports - Mon Jul 3 6:02 AM
A number of players have returned to their parent clubs following loan spells away in 2016/17 but could they make an impact or will their futures lie elsewhere?