Stoke City: Michael Owen staying at Stoke, but Kenwyne Jones's future remains uncertain
KENWYNE Jones's future remains uncertain this morning as Swansea are believed to be preparing a bid for the Stoke City striker.
Stoke manager Tony Pulis was asked at today's press conference whether Jones is likely to be sold in the transfer window.
He said: "There's Kenwyne, there's been interest from other clubs for other players, there's loads of stuff going on. It's the silly season.
"We'll let the silly season run and we'll decide what's right for the football club and what's right for the players. We take into consideration everything at this football club and if it is right for the players and the football club then we will do business. If it's not then we will get on with things."
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Meanwhile, Pulis says he doesn't expect to lose Michael Owen in the transfer window. The England striker has been linked with interest from Perth Glory.
Pulis said: "Michael has a contract to the end of the season, as far as I am concerned he has not come in and said he wants to change it. We haven't pulled Michael in and said we want to change it."
The Stoke boss has no new injury worries ahead of Saturday's home game with Chelsea. He is also hopeful that left back Marc Wilson is close to a comeback.
Wilson has been out of action since breaking his leg in the goalless draw at home to Sunderland in October, but is making good progress.
Pulis said: "We are hoping that Marc is only a couple of weeks away. I am hoping that in the next couple of days or even early next week he might join in with a little bit of ball work with the players."
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