Published: Wed, November 29, 2017
Sports | By Brett Lawson

The 5 Players Stoke City Must Sell In January

The 5 Players Stoke City Must Sell In January

The Egyptian has more than impressed at Anfield, having already scored 15 goals in 20 appearances for the Reds, including 10 league goals in 13 games.

Stoke City are hovering precariously above the Premier League's drop zone following an underwhelming opening four months of the season and manager Mark Hughes is preparing to wield the axe as he prepares to cut the "dead wood" from his squad. "He has real technical quality and crucially, pace".

"If anybody struggles then you need to be there but not for us at the moment, we are too far away".

Klopp also says City could run away with the title if they maintain their excellent form, but added Liverpool can apply pressure on them in the hope they start to slip up. We take a look at the merits of letting five of the current squad go.

"I think we are very, very close to establishing ourselves once again in the top half of the league, because that is where we feel the team deserves to be".

"The performance was good enough to take something from the game but in the end it wasn't".

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"There seems to have been negativity since the start of the season really, and we can only dissipate that by winning games".

He said: "What can I say about that and how long we will need". "If anyone shows any interest in him, they'll be quickly rebuked".

"And once we are there, which we feel we will be at some point in the season, we will stay there, and build our season from that point onwards".

"We've been able to bring players like Shaq to the club, which maybe we haven't been able to before".

He is not anxious by critics such as former City midfielder Joey Barton, who claims that Klopp's men are going backwards, or former England striker Ian Wright, who believes that the manager needs to develop a mean streak to ensure his players see out games when leading.

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