According to reports, Stoke City is keen in taking Danny Simpson the right-back from Leicester City. The Stoke City is being associated with a loan move for title-winning right-back Danny Simpson of Leicester City. The Foxes are now looking to cut their team before closing of loan window. Danny Simpson is currently 31-year-old and he is one of the best players that Leicester boss Claude Puel is willing to let go.
The player was not the part of the Leicester squad for their Premier League opener at the Manchester United. The team lost that match with the score 2-1.
The Midfielder Daniel Amartey who is the other player who played interesting Stoke in the summer. The squad used him as the makeshift right-back at Old Trafford. And when Amarter came back after 63 minutes he was substituted by winger Rachid Ghezzal. The reason for the same was Foxes choose for a formation change.
Gary Rowett, the Stoke boss has made this clear that he will be looking forward to strengthen his team with loan recruits in the coming couple of weeks, however, the position right-back had not looked to be a priority position with Moritz Bauer as well as the Tom Edwards, the Academy graduate both at his disposal.
However, in light of opening-day of Stoke loss at Leeds United and the stuttering home draw of teams against Brentford, the given targets might have been reassessed. Simpson is born in Eccles and he began his career with hometown club Manchester United before moving to Newcastle United in January 2010 after an initial loan spell.