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Stoke rejects Swansea offer for Kenwyne Jones - originally posted on Soccerlens.comStoke City have rejected an offer from Swansea for the Trinidad and Tobago striker Kenwyne Jones.
Swansea City are looking for a replacement for Danny Graham, who is increasingly becoming unsettled at the Liberty Stadium. Manager Michael Laudrup was interested in signing Kenwyne Jones before letting Graham leave the club, but now a formal bid has been rejected by Stoke.
Swansea have reportedly made a bid of £2 million (with a further add-on of £1 million), but it didn’t match Stoke City’s valuation of the player who was signed from Sunderland, back in 2010, for £8 million.
Tony Pulis is looking to recover atleast half of what they paid for the 28 year old striker. But according to reports Swansea are unlikely to return with an improved bid.
Stoke City are looking to sell some of their players to provide Tony Pulis with funds for his transfer targets this month. Even though Kenwyne Jones has been in g...
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