Stoke boss Tony Pulis planning to end Wayne Bridge's misery at Manchester City

15 December 2010 01:46
Unsetttled: Wayne Bridge[LNB]Stoke boss Tony Pulis is lining up a loan move for unsettled Manchester City defender Wayne Bridge.[LNB]The 30-year-old has only started one Premier League game under Roberto Mancini this season.[LNB]And he has been pushed further down the pecking order by the £19million signing of Aleksandar Kolarov.[LNB]Stoke would face strong competition for the player, with Liverpool, Fulham and Aston Villa also reportedly keen on Bridge.[LNB]The defender still has two years left on his City contract and wages of £70,000 a week.[LNB]Stoke also want to keep Eidur Gudjohnsen, despite him not starting a game since arriving from Monaco in the summer.[LNB]Pulis said: 'We'll need the squad when we start picking up injuries and suspensions.'[LNB]  Stoke enter race to sign Keane and line up £2m swoop for LarssonJoy division: Sportsmail's fans pick which team they would pay to watchSTOKE CITY FC

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