Stoke City playmaker could be set for move to another Premier League club

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Stoke City midfielder Bojan Krkic could well be on his way out of the Potters this summer with two clubs lining up moves for the Spaniard.

The player was loaned out from the club last season and joined Mainz from January until the end of the campaign.

That certainly indicated that the club would not like the player to remain at the club but he featured in the clubs first game of this season against Everton.

Now, two Premier League clubs could well be set to battle it out for the player according to Dale O’Donnell of the Sportsman. 

The report states that Mark Hughes is actually now wanting to keep hold of the player but could instead face losing him after his loan spell.

Leicester City are said to be one of the clubs interested while the other club remains unidentified.

With Stoke City seemingly not wanting the player to leave all of a sudden, it is likely that they will look to rebuff any attempts made for the player.

Though, that will prove difficult as the player reportedly has a £10million buyout clause which would leave the decision out of Stoke’s hands.

This could well be an interesting saga leading up to the final week of the summer transfer window.

Impressive signings

While Stoke City face potentially losing Bojan in the last couple of weeks of the transfer window, they have made some decent signings.

One that really sticks out is former Real Madrid starlet Jese who joined the club from PSG after a loan spell at Las Palmas.

The player has already won the Champions League twice and could give Stoke something very threatening up front.

Though, the player is set to face off against the player who ended his Real Madrid career.

Find out who that player is here.