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Nine clubs want Cameron

Nine clubs want Cameron

Geoff Cameron has been touted by up to nine different clubs this summer, according to The Sentinel.

The United States of America international has returned from an extended pre-season break after helping his nation reach the knockout stages of the World Cup in Brazil, to start training with the rest of his teammates and is set to feature in one Stoke`s two friendly fixtures over the weekend.

The versatile player has been a mainstay in the Potters starting eleven in the two seasons he`s been in Staffordshire, only missing one game last season.

Cameron, 29, has played in a number of different positions for the Potters, from Right back, Centre Half, Left back and Central Midfield, but with Mark Hughes` strengthening in most of these positions, is his stay in the Potteries set to end?

Nine clubs including Hull City, Sunderland, Swansea, Southampton and West Brom are all interested in taking the former Houston Dyanmo player away from the Britannia Stadium.

The Potters have brought in five players this summer and have only allowing Michael Kightly and Matthew Etherington leave the club so far, so will be looking to move players on to balance the books, but will Cameron be one of them?



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Writer:Lloyd Reddin
Date:Friday August 1 2014
Time: 6:34PM

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