Pulis quiet on Jones future

Stoke manager Tony Pulis is giving little away about the future of Potters striker Kenwyne Jones.

Last Updated: 17/01/13 at 17:33 Post Comment

Kenwyne Jones: Future uncertain

Kenwyne Jones: Future uncertain

Reports have suggested Swansea have had a £3million bid for the Trinidad and Tobago player rejected.

That is something Pulis was more reluctant to speak about at his press conference to preview the trip to Wales.

Asked about Jones, the manager said: "If there is going to be anything done with another football club, we will do our business with the football club.

"If we sell Kenwyne, then I will speak to you about it. If we don't sell Kenwyne, then I will speak to you about it, and then you can ask me why we did one or the other."


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