Preston keen on Stuckmann stay

Preston are hopeful of agreeing a new contract with goalkeeper Thorsten Stuckmann ahead of next season.

Last Updated: 16/05/13 at 16:20

Thorsten Stuckmann: In line for extension

Thorsten Stuckmann: In line for extension

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The German's current deal runs out next month and negotiations have been taking place over fresh terms.

North End boss Simon Grayson told the Lancashire Evening Post: "We have spoken to Thorsten and there are one or two things which need tweaking.

"But we are not a million miles away and hopefully there will be something to report quite soon."

Stuckmann, 32, joined Preston as a free agent on a short-term contract in November 2011 before earning an extended deal.

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