Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has stated that he wanted Bojan Krkic to stay with the club for the season. He said that he is a useful player and that he believes that he has a future with Stoke City.

Mark Hughes said that there is no way that he will sell Bojan Krkic at the moment and that he will return to Stoke City after his loan move to Alaves.

Bojan Krkic spent last season on loan at Mainz, and Mark Hughes has revealed that he wanted the player to remain at Stoke City this season. However, the player wanted to have enough playing time and said that he wanted to go on loan to Alaves this season.

Bojan Krkic goes through another uninspired season

It´s pretty surprising just how much chances a talented youngster can get just because of a few impressive appearances in tournaments as well as glimpses of brilliance during their time in the youth academy.

This is basically what has happened with Bojan Krkic as the Spanish attacker made a name for himself during the 2007 U-17 FIFA World Cup; it was one of his 1st top competitions where he could showcase his skills.


Former Barcelona star BojanKrkic has promised to deliver his best at Premier League side Stoke City after he was handed another opportunity this summer.

The Spaniard struggled to find form when he returned from injury last season. He could not hold his spot in Mark Hughes’ team so he was sent on loan to German side Mainz 05.

The 26-year old is set to get another shot in Hughes team in the forthcoming season. The coach praised Bojan’s effort in Germany and added that he hopes for better spell at the Britannia Stadium.


Premier League side Stoke City have offered BojanKrkic a fresh chance to succeed at the club after his time on loan in Germany.

Bojan is expected to star in the team next season, according to reports.

The 26-year old played in the German Bundesliga in January for Mainz 05 but after impressing Stoke decided to hand him more league appearances when the season restarts in August.

Bojan Krkic appears to be nearing his final days at Stoke City

Bojan Krkic’s time in Stoke City is likely to be coming to an end as the Spanish player is rumored to be part of a clearance of performers who are going to be offloaded in the summer.

The 26 year old attacker does not have any kind of influential role in the Premier League club; BojanKrkic was even given the pass to join Mainz earlier on January of the ongoing year.


Bojan Krkic reportedly wants to exit the club during this transfer window, if the right offer is tabled.

The 26-year old Spain international was not in the line up when Stoke City clashed with Sunderland on Saturday. The Potters won the game without him after he gave the excuse of a mild discomfort in his hip.

Bojan Krkic Happy with a Return to First-Team Action

Bojan Krkic says that he became emotional after coming off the bench in the 1-1 draw with West Ham.

It marked the first appearance for the Spaniard since the middle of September. He has been struggling with injuries for a long time. The former Barcelona forward was a revelation in his first season at the club. Many were left surprised with the quick adaptation by the 26-year-old to life in the Premier league. Injuries often bring a career to a standstill and it appears to be the case with Bojan Krkic of late. After managing to score 7 goals in 27 league appearances last season, he has had a stop start campaign this time around.

BojanKrkic has fallen down in the pecking order at Stoke City

BojanKrkic is a player that was being hyped up since the start of his career as he actually made his first-team debut at a younger age that even Lionel Messi as Krkic made his debut when he was 17 years and 19 days old.

He eventually went on to make over 100 appearances with Barcelona but could never really impress and was eventually released to other clubs on loan deals and any of the clubs opted to retain him on a permanent deal.


World football governing body FIFA has blocked the switch of Spain international Bojan Krkic to Serbia, according to reports.

The former Barcelona forward wanted to change allegiance to Serbia so a transfer of international eligibility was sought. FIFA denied this request since Bojan has already featured in a World Cup qualifying game for Spain.

Stoke City May Quit Chase of Saido Berahino, Claims Mark Hughes

Stoke City may soon accept their defeat in the pursuit of strikerSaido Berahino according to manager Mark Hughes.

The club have been chasing the West Brom striker for quite a while, but Tony Pulis seems unwilling to sell the star forward for anything less than £ 30 million. Berahino has also been linked with Tottenham which makes it doubly tough for Stoke to come away with the prized signing. Spurs will be able to offer Champions League football for the England international whereas Stoke City have been quite inconsistent with the European qualification over the last few years.