Stoke City is interested in the U.S. market

• MLS is a market that greatly interests The Potters

• The interest resurfaces similarly to last summer

• A 23-year-old footballer with a promising future, established in MLS

Stoke City is interested in the U.S. market
Stoke City is interested in the U.S. market / Bill Barrett/ISI Photos/USSF/GettyImages

For this transfer window, it seems that the next signing The Potters want to secure is an attacker. They are once again looking to MLS for a quality forward for the next season.

At this moment, the interest from a year ago is being revived. Last summer, it was confirmed that The Potters wanted to sign Duncan McGuire, but Blackburn Rovers interfered in the negotiations, practically snatching the American away. However, the negotiations fell through on the last day.

Duncan McGuire and a potential successful move to the EFL Championship

This is why Stoke City has not lost hope of going all out once again for this 23-year-old player. McGuire still has great potential to develop and, at a young age, has been an important forward for Orlando City, with whom he has a contract until December of this year. This presents an opportunity to make a significant leap in quality to England.

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This season, Duncan has been extremely positive. In just 14 matches, he has scored 8 goals and provided 1 assist, showing a promising goal-scoring ability. Each season, he continues to improve and give his best, aiming to be the next American star to make a name for himself abroad.

The Potters are showing interest in this player. However, there has not yet been a concrete approach for the 23-year-old. It is expected that in the coming days, there will be talks about this player, and we will see if Stoke City can secure their fourth signing in this transfer window. Steve Schumacher is already positively training the squad for the upcoming season.