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Stoke Confirm 2017/18 25 Man Squad (Jan Update)

Stoke Confirm 2017/18 25 Man Squad (Jan Update)

With the closure of the January transfer window this week, the Premier League have now confirmed the winter edition of Stoke City's 25 man squad.

With the transfer window closing at 11pm on Wednesday evening, clubs had to get the revised numbers in quickly and by a deadline of 12pm on Thursday February 2 and here is the player list that Stoke City submitted for the coming half a season.

As ever, the details.

A 25 man squad cannot contain more than 17 players who do not fulfil the home grown requirement of the Premier League, and once those 17 non home grown players have been named, the remainder of the squad must be a player who, irrespective of age or nationality, has been registered with a club affiliated to the Football Association or Football Association of Wales for a period of (continuous or not) of three seasons or 36 months prior to the their 21st birthday.

No changes can be made to this 25 man squad now until the January window, but players classed as Under 21 for this season do not have to be made, but can come into contention for Premier League games if required.

Full 25 man squad list - (*=Home grown):

Adam, Charles Graham
Afellay, Ibrahim
Allen, Joseph Michael*
Bauer, Moritz
Berahino, Saido*
Butland, Jack*
Cameron, Geoff Scott
Choupo-Moting, Eric Maxim
Crouch, Peter James*
Diouf, Mame Biram
Fletcher, Darren Barr*
Grant, Lee Anderson*
Haugaard, Jakob
Ireland, Stephen James*
Johnson, Glen McLeod Cooper*
Martins Indi, Rolando Maximiliano
Ndiaye, Papa Alioune
Pieters, Erik
Rodriguez Ruiz, Jese
Shaqiri, Xherdan
Shawcross, Ryan James*
Stafylidis, Konstantinos
Wimmer, Kevin
Zouma, Kurt Happy

U21 players (Contract and Scholars):
Allen, Mitchell
Ayoola, Olusola Adeola
Balde, Rachid
Banks, Lewis
Bursik, Josef John
Butler, James Anthony
Campbell, Tyrese Kai
Collins, Nathan Michael
Da Silva Monteiro, Venancio
Deczki, Mate
Diallo, Mohamed
Dunwoody, Jake
Edwards, Thomas Adam
El Ouariachi, Mohamed
Forrester, William
Greenidge, Jordan Neil
Gyollai, Daniel
Hill, Ryan
Jarvis, Daniel Adam
Jennings, James Jordan
Karamoko, Vazoumana
Lecygne, Eddy
Marques De Almeida Vieira Da Silva, Luis
McJannet, Cameron Allan
Murphy, Max
Mvovi, Joel Kaduba
Ngoy Bin Cibambi, Julien Fontaine
Niakate, Moussa
Pemberton, Tre Kingsley
Russo, Connor Mickel
Shenton, Oliver
Sobhi, Ramadan
Sorensen, Lasse
Souttar, Harry
Stanton, Ethan Bradley
Sweeney, Ryan Joseph
Szereto, Krisztofer
Telford, Dominic
Toure, Abdoulaye
Twyford, Jacob Thomas
Tymon, Joshua Lewis
Verlinden, Thibaud
Waddington, Mark Thomas
Wara, Semi Scott


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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Saturday February 3 2018
Time: 6:30AM

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