Stoke City Follows This French Player Who Is Currently Without a Club

This is the 32-year-old French striker that Stoke City is closely monitoring to sign for their team for the upcoming season, aiming to strengthen the club's offensive line.
Stoke City Follows This French Player Who Is Currently Without a Club.
Stoke City Follows This French Player Who Is Currently Without a Club. / ROMAIN PERROCHEAU/GettyImages

The Potters urgently need a striker who can guarantee goals, as in previous seasons, they have lacked a reliable offensive player who can consistently score in each match or at least contribute a significant goal tally throughout the season to keep Stoke City competitive.

For Stoke City, it is crucial to move effectively in the market in search of an offensive piece. The club has various interests in this market to build a highly competitive squad to challenge for a return to the Premier League and create a project that won’t easily collapse.

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French Forward Adam Sidibe Is Without a Team

One of France's current talents is without a club after playing the past season at FC Dieppe in the fifth division of France. This 32-year-old footballer has stood out for his great speed and lethal offense in front of goal, a characteristic that has caught Stoke City's interest.

In the 23/24 season, the player featured in 24 matches wearing the colors of FC Dieppe, scoring 7 goals and providing 1 assist. With 32 years of age and considerable experience in France, Sidibe is currently a free agent. For more than one club in England, it might be essential to approach him and secure his services as a player.

One notable aspect of this athlete is his height, which is crucial for aerial play. Standing at 1.91m, it would be significant for The Potters to have a player of this stature who can greatly contribute to aerial duels in the EFL Championship.

We will see if Stoke City is completely drawn to this player and if they can approach him to understand his interests and share the goal of contributing to The Potters in the next season to compete in the EFL Championship.