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Ryan Shotton ready to leave Stoke City?

Shotton ready to leave Stoke?
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A number of Premier League and Championship clubs register an interest in signing Stoke City defender Ryan Shotton, according to a report.

Stoke City defender Ryan Shotton could leave the club before the end of the transfer window, according to a report.

New manager Mark Hughes has signed two defenders during the summer and it remains to be seen whether Shotton will remain part of his plans.

According to Sky Sports News, the 24-year-old has attracted interest from both the Premier League and the Championship, something which has been confirmed by his representatives.

A spokesman for Beswicks Sports said: "Ryan is a player in demand and we have been contacted by a host of clubs checking on his availability."

Shotton has made 70 appearances for the Potters.

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Stoke City manager Mark Hughes watches his new team during the pre season friendly match between Wrexham AFC and Stoke City on August 4, 2013
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