Stoke City Requests Information About This MLS Footballer

• The American market continues to be studied by The Potters

• An attacker is the team's main need

• The great form of Lewis Morgan and his possibility of returning to Europe with Stoke City

Stoke City Requests Information About This MLS Footballer
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It appears that Stoke City's next signing will be an offensive player, as the three signings made so far have focused on the defensive side of the team. Steve Schumacher is already considering which forward to use for the upcoming season in the EFL Championship.

Rumors in this transfer window suggest that Stoke City has requested information about a player from the MLS. Currently playing for New York Red Bulls, Lewis Morgan, the 27-year-old Scottish winger, is of interest to The Potters.

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Lewis Morgan's Sporting Career

Morgan has impressive statistics from his recent seasons with New York Red Bulls. In his current MLS campaign, he has played 18 matches, scored 9 goals, and provided 3 assists, making him one of the team's standout performers.

His contract runs until December 2025, which could influence Stoke City's efforts to sign this key Scottish player.

Morgan has also played in European football, including a season in England with Sunderland during the 2018-2019 season. In League One with Sunderland, he played 17 matches, scored 1 goal, and made 4 assists, demonstrating his ability and familiarity with English football. Stoke City could potentially persuade him to return to compete in Europe.

However, while Stoke City might be interested in Morgan, the player is currently focused on his season with New York Red Bulls. He aims to continue competing in the MLS and is looking to extend his contract to remain with the club for several more years.

Nevertheless, these remain as rumors. The Potters are keen on signing a forward, as they aim to improve their scoring capabilities for the next season and meet the expectations of fans under the promising project led by Steve Schumacher and Chris Coyne.