Stoke City completed transfers: Erik Pieters, Stephen Ireland and Oussama Assaidi become first additions for new boss Mark Hughes
All the ins and outs at the Britannia Stadium
Tuesday 03 September 2013
Ins: Erik Pieters (PSV Eindhoven, £3million), Marc Muniesa (Barcelona, free), Juan Agudelo (New England Revolution, free)*, Oussama Assaidi (Liverpool, loan), Marko Arnautovic (Werder Bremen, undisclosed), Stephen Ireland (Aston Villa, loan)
Outs: Dean Whitehead (Middlesbrough, free), Rory Delap (Burton, free), Matthew Upson (Brighton, free), Mamady Sidibe (released), Carlo Nash (Norwich, free), Matthew Lund (Rochdale, free), Cameron Jerome (Crystal Palace, loan)
*Agudelo has signed pre-contract agreement to join Stoke in January
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