Stoke City holding out for "enormous" Asmir Begovic bid

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Stoke City manager Tony Pulis says that goalkeeper Asmir Begovic will only be sold in the summer if the club receive an "enormous" bid.

Stoke City manager Tony Pulis has claimed that the club will only consider selling goalkeeper Asmir Begovic if they receive an "enormous" offer.

The 25-year-old, who is expected to be replaced by the Potters' January signing Jack Butland next season, is believed to be the subject of a £15m bid from Manchester United in the summer.

"If Manchester United come in and offer an enormous amount of money, or someone else does, we would have to look at it," The Express quotes Pulis as saying. "If we feel Jack is not ready or not up to what we want, then he'll be loaned out again."

Butland will finish the season at Birmingham City on a loan agreement.

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