Pennant set for loan move
Stoke City winger Jermaine Pennant is set for a loan spell away from the Britannia Stadium.
The 29-year-old broke the news on Twitter on Friday morning (12th October) that manager Tony Pulis, wanted the former Liverpool winger to go out on loan to gain first team football.
Pennant tweeted: "The gaffa said I can go out on Loan to get some games! I was as shocked as much as some of you's will and I can promise we have not fell out.
'Can't go premier league only can go abroad or championship and I'm only agreeing until jan so be gone for 2 months or so.
'Stokies ill keep you updated I'm not gonna lie I'm gutted like but I gotta play!!'
Pennant has played for Arsenal, Birmingham, Liverpool, Watford, Portsmouth, Leeds united and Real Zaragoza.
He initially joined Stoke on loan in 2010 before making his deal permanent after impressing and has only made 2 appearances in all competitions this season for the Potters after facing tough competition from Michael Kightly, Jonathan Walters and Matthew Etherington.