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Brek Shea’s move to Stoke City is back on?
   January 28, 2013 (6:49 PM) by Matt Benson     Email This Post Email This Post
 

Remember when Brek Shea was going to be sold to Stoke City?  Then it didn’t happen?  Well, it looks like it is back on.

FC Dallas first came out with this statement earlier today.

We have received interest from a number of European clubs regarding Brek Shea. Brek is traveling there this evening and as a result, he will not be in attendance at training tomorrow. Currently, there is no deal in place with any club and we have no further details at this time.

And now Ives is reporting that the move to Stoke City is back on pending a physical on Tuesday.  It looks like he is being sold for about $3.5-4 million.

This video pretty much sums up the last two weeks.

 
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5 Responses to “Brek Shea’s move to Stoke City is back on?”

  1. Steffen says:

    This could go one of two ways if it becomes official…Brek becomes a weapon on the wing and finally adds flair to the most vanilla and reserved attack in the EPL w/o losing their defensive organization…or Brek disappears and becomes irrelevant on a team that won’t commit to going forward, and he is left on an island on the left with nothing to do.

    Risky move off an injury and a brutal 2012 season in MLS, but still a top talent

  2. 2tone says:

    Good, Good.

  3. David says:

    Gobsmacked!

  4. Trent Hill says:

    I’m excited to see where this goes.

  5. Gregory says:

    I hope Shea gets transferred overseas because his game will never grow in the MLS. Shea has flair, but his not athletic enough for the EPL. I hope he learned how to dribble with his right foot during his off-season surgery or else he is in for a rude awakening… the Jamaica WC Qualifying Loss

    I have always been low on Shea since I watched a rookie Perry Kitchen completely shut him down. Also watching Andy Najar and Diego Fagundez play in the MLS set a standard for what a real blue-chip prospect winger looks like. I’m not trying to be negative but it really does irk me that all this attention goes to a player that has down nothing to deserve it. But credit must be given if $4 million is paid for him.

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