Stoke City has been linked with Liverpool striker Taiwo Awoniyi this summer as reports suggest that the Reds could sack the striker in a £ 60million eviction.

Awoniyi joined the Reds from Imperial Academy six years ago but has yet to make a first-team appearance and has spent most of his Liverpool career on loan.

It is alleged that Awoniyi has now been granted a British work permit and is now part of a £ 60million eviction in Anfield as the Reds want to bolster Jurgen Klopp’s war chest.

Stoke, West Brom and Fulham have all shown interest in the 23-year-old, whose contract is still two years away.



Stoke City are aiming to start promotion to the Premier League next season as the Potters plan to overhaul their attack at Bet 365.

The Potters had threatened to fight for the top six at one stage of the campaign, though injuries undermined their campaign.

Boss Michael O’Neill will be looking to ensure Stoke will fight for a top division spot next season and they have already been linked with several attacking players who could help increase their supply.

Liverpool striker Taiwo Awoniyi has already been touted as a target for the Potters, but what about the wide positions?

Here we take a look at all of the Premier League wingers available for free this summer as O’Neill seeks to build a squad capable of bringing glory to the Bet365 Stadium again.



Hanley Town have signed former Crewe striker Chris Dagnall.

When his contract expires on July 1, the 35-year-old will join Carl Dickinson at Yeovil Town – and brings with him great experience and an impressive record.

Dagnall scored 24 goals in 71 starts and 11 substitute appearances for Crewe from 2016 to 2018, having joined them from Hibernian.

He started his career at Tranmere and held positions at Rochdale, Scunthorpe, Barnsley, Bradford, Coventry, Leyton Orient, Hibs, Crewe, Bury and Tranmere before moving to Yeovil in 2019, where he was a Dickinson teammate.