Pulis happy to loan out players

04 September 2009 02:56
Stoke City manager Tony Pulis says some of his fringe players will be allowed to leave the club when the loan window re-opens.Players such as Carl Dickinson, Michael Tonge, Andrew Davies and Tom Soares could be set to leave the Britannia Stadium from Monday. [LNB]"Their attitudes have been outstanding, whether they've been in the team or not," Pulis told BBC Radio Stoke. [LNB]"If it's right for the player and right for us, we'll let them go." [LNB]The Potters spent around £20m strengthening their squad with five new players during the summer transfer window. [LNB]Meanwhile, the only high-profile departures have been midfielder Seyi Olofinjana and defender Ibrahima Sonko to Hull. [LNB]Football League clubs are able to sign players on emergency loan deals from 8 September.

Source: BBC_Sport