have reported that Stoke are looking in to a potential move for Wolves midfielder Michael Kightly
Kightly is in the last 12 months of his current Wolves contract, and Wolves may be better off cashing in on the 26 year old than allow him to leave at the end of his contract.
He has been plagued with injuries in his time at the Molineux, but last season was one of the most impressive players on an ultimately disappointing Wolves team which was relegated from the Premier League.
After a Christmas time return to Wolves, Kightly made 16 appearances for the club and managed to score three goals. Before Christmas, he had spent the first half of the season on loan to Wolves.
One of the three goals the winger scored in the Premier League last season came against Stoke City, and it is believed that Potters manager Tony Pulis
has had his eye on a transfer for a while. Although it has been a slow transfer season for Pulis until now, it is said he is interested in adding attack minded players to his squad before the upcoming season. Kightly is said to be the at the top of Pulis's shopping list this summer.
Stoke will open their new campaign against Arsenal, at the Britannia Stadium.