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Norwich target Jonathan Walters hands in transfer request - source

Ireland international Jonathan Walters has been granted permission to stay in England while he sorts out his club future.

Stoke forward Jonathan Walters is wanted by Norwich City and has handed in a transfer request in a bid to try and force through the move, a source has told ESPN.

Walters, 31, has been at Stoke since the summer of 2010, with the Republic of Ireland international scoring 34 goals in 178 Premier League appearances for the Potters.

Now he is eyeing the latest move in his career, with Norwich boss Alex Neil keen to sign the well-travelled forward, who will add a touch of Premier League experience to...

Pulis haunts Stoke but Potters have pride despite Afellay and Adam reds

Ibrahim Afellay was sent off and Charlie Adam followed as nine-man Stoke lost to former boss Tony Pulis' West Brom.

Stoke's 1-0 home defeat to West Brom on Saturday was meant to be a match to celebrate; to give former manager Tony Pulis a standing ovation and to welcome Xherdan Shaqiri for his home debut.

What transpired was an afternoon littered with petulance and over-officious refereeing that stopped a contest from ever taking place.

Fans remain blindly loyal to their own but for many, the actions of sent off duo Ibrahim Afellay and Charlie Adam should be roundly condemned. Former Barcelona star Afellay, 29,...

Stoke boss Mark Hughes on 9 men: The officials missed quite a lot today

Ibrahim Afellay is given his marching orders.

Stoke boss Mark Hughes questioned the decision-making of referee Michael Oliver and his officials after the Potters were reduced to nine men in their 1-0 home loss to West Brom.

Ibrahim Afellay was the first player dismissed, sent off in the 25th minute after he was brought down by Craig Gardner. Touched on the face by his hand, Afellay reacted by flicking his own hand into the face of Gardner, with Oliver then showing a red card to the former and a yellow to the latter.

Six minutes later, Charlie...