Stoke City’s £6.8m-plus bid for Stoke City

Stoke City have been the subject of interest from Manchester United, West Brom and Southampton, but have turned down their Premier League rivals Liverpool’s offer of £6m. 

With the new Premier League season looming, Stoke City are desperate to secure a deal with United, Liverpool and Southampton. 

Liverpool and Southampton are also keen to sign Stoke City winger Nacer Chadli, but the club have so far failed to attract the two players. 

Southampton, meanwhile, are looking for a £6 million bid for midfielder Graziano Pelle, but Stoke City, who face Stoke City on Saturday, are reluctant to sell the Frenchman. 

United, West Ham and Southampton have all offered Stoke City £6million, but their interest in the club has been dampened by the Champions League exit of Manchester City. 

Despite the lack of success, Stoke have still attracted interest from other Premier League clubs. 

They are still in the market for an attacking midfielder, although the player is expected to be sold in the summer. 

The Stoke City Supporters Trust has confirmed that Stoke City would welcome a bid from United, while the Stoke City Foundation has also said Stoke City will accept a £5.2m offer from Southampton.

The Stoke deal has not been completed, but Stoke City are now in the running for Stoke to sign a number of players.

They have also been linked with the signing of Liverpool’s Jordon Ibe, but this has been ruled out as well. 

Stamp City’s next transfer target will be striker Nacer Gadhafi.