A brawl has emerged at the Transfer Tavern this afternoon after Manchester United and Liverpool fans came to blows due to an argument regarding a shared transfer target.
Former Barcelona, AC Milan and Roma man Bojan has finally found his feet at the top level, becoming a crucial part of Mark Hughes’ side in Staffordshire.
The 25-year-old’s performances have not gone unnoticed though and the two Champions League chasing clubs will try to persuade Stoke into a sale next month.
Stoke paid just £800k for Bojan and a profit of £14.2m would be hard for a club of Stoke’s stature to resist, with it clear that the Potters landed a bargain when they brought the Spaniard to English football in 2014.
There is also interest from abroad, with Gary Neville’s Valencia looking to bring the player back to Spanish football.
A stay in the Premier League is the most likely scenario though and Stoke will face an immense battle to keep hold of their prized asset.
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