Stoke City promising defender, Ryan Shawcross, could be in his way out of Britannia Stadium where he is enjoying first team football.
Shawcross, 21 years old, began his career with Manchester United academy. He couldn’t break into first team so that he was sent on loan to Royal Antwerp FC and Stoke City.
Ryan says today that he knows nothing about the offers from Manchester United, Liverpool and Everton.
He told the Stoke Sentinel: “It doesn’t bother me. If you look in the papers, every day there’s a different player linked to every club.
“No one has made a bid and nothing has happened, so as far as I am concerned, I am a Stoke player and no one has told me differently.
This was only a speech from the young player to send the media interest away from him! Many people saw Sir Alex Ferguson at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday which may means the gaffer is looking to return the service of the England-U21 defender.
Reports from the Daily-mail too suggest Ryan Shawcross will move away soon as Stoke manager Tony Pulis turns to former Chelsea defender Robert Huth whose manager at Middlesbrough Gareth Southgate is resigned to losing him.
The question raises here, is Ryan Shawcross move to Old Trafford good for the club?
According to the current injury-list, Yes it will be a good move. He is a good defender with good scoring record, scored five goals last season, and defending ability. The fans will welcome him as he started his career with us.
But once Rio and Vidic come back, he would be shifted to the bench or to the reserve team. Evans still there + John O’shea who can play everywhere. So I think Ryan will have difficult time whether he moves to Manchester United or to the Merseyside specially if he is still looking to play every week.
Do you want to see Ryan back?