Stoke City are looking to sign Liam Delap from Manchester City this summer.
The 19-year-old, who’s the son of former Potters player Rory Delap, is also understood to be wanted by a number of other Championship clubs.
According to The Athletic, the Potters are eyeing a potential loan deal for the striker which will not include an option to make the move permanent.
As far as young players are concerned, you won’t find many who are more prolific than Delap.
As well as scoring one goal in six for Pep Guardiola’s side, the attacker has netted a staggering 35 in 36 for Man City’s under-23 side.
The next step in his development will be to challenge himself in the senior game, with Stoke tipped as the likely destination.
As well as holding ambitious targets for the season ahead, the Potters will come with the glowing recommendation of Delap’s famous father.
Delap Sr. is regarded as something of a club legend having played for the club between 2007 and 2013, making his name for his outrageously long throw-in.
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For the Man City forward, the hope will be that he can prove himself as a reliable goalscorer this term as he looks to translate his stunning youth record into goals at senior level.
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