Stoke FC

Stoke FC Information
Nick-name(s) Potters
League English Premiership
Location Stoke-on-Trent, England
Founded 1863
Official Website

Find this seasons transfers in and out of Stoke, the latest transfer rumours for the summer 2014 transfer window and how the news sources rate in terms of rumour accuracy for Stoke FC.

Latest Football Transfer Rumours About Stoke

Stoke City are one of several teams interested in Spanish winger Keko, 22, who is a free agent after leaving Italian club Catania

Inside Futbol - 17/Jul/2014
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Keko Unattached Stoke

2.4 (7 votes)

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes is interested in signing 32-year-old Norweigan centre-back Brede Hangeland, who was released last week by Fulham

The Sun - 08/Jun/2014
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Brede Hangeland Unattached Stoke

3.2 (31 votes)

Players rumoured in at Stoke FC in the last 2 weeks

Rumours Player From Club
2 Keko Unattached
2 Oussama Assaidi Liverpool

Players rumoured out of Stoke FC in the last 2 weeks

Rumours Player To Club
No players rumoured out of Stoke in the last 2 weeks

Stoke - News from the BBC

Stoke 'can keep Begovic & Shawcross'

Stoke City chief executive Tony Scholes insists the club do not need to sell "star players" to fund any summer arrivals.

Stoke sign Barcelona forward Bojan

Stoke City sign forward Bojan Krkic from Spanish side Barcelona on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

Veteran striker Kitson retires

Oxford United striker Dave Kitson, who also played for Reading and Stoke, announces his retirement from football.

Stoke's Diouf under 'no pressure'

Stoke City's new striker Mame Biram Diouf says he is a better player than when he last played in the Premier League.

Graham and Keane join Alfreton Town

Alfreton Town sign defender Luke Graham from Hereford United and Stoke City youngster Jordan Keane.

Stoke unhappy with Assaidi valuation

Liverpool's asking price for winger Oussama Assaidi is still above Stoke's valuation, says Potters chief executive Tony Scholes.