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Stoke sign Barcelona winger

Stoke have announced the signing of winger Moha El Ouriachi from Barcelona for an undisclosed fee.

El Ouriachi, who has represented Spain at youth level and has been called up by Morocco's Under-23 squad, could make his first appearance in the Potters' Asia Trophy game against Everton in Singapore on Wednesday.

The Barclays Premier League side have not announced the length of the 19-year-old's contract.

"Stoke City are pleased to confirm they have completed the signing of Moha El Ouriachi and he could make his first appearance for the Club in today's Barclays Asia Trophy tie," the club said in a statement on their official website.

"Moha turned down Barcelona's offer of a new contract in favour of a move to the Potters, where he links-up with ex-Barca players Bojan and Marc Muniesa."

Odemwingie extends Stoke contract by another year

Peter Odemwingie flashed a big thumbs-up and an even bigger smile as he signed a one year extension to his Stoke City contract.

The Nigerian forward once famously turned up at QPR's Loftus Road ground on deadline day, only to be told by his club at the time, West Brom, that he wasn't going anywhere.

Stoke are also reportedly in talks with former Bayern Munich winger Xherdan Shaqiri after agreeing a £12m fee with Inter Milan for his signature.

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Adam pens new Stoke deal

Midfielder Adam has extended his stay at Stoke. Credit: PA

Stoke midfielder Charlie Adam has announced he has signed a new contract.

The 29-year-old Scotland international, who penned a four-year deal when he joined the Potters from Liverpool in summer 2012, revealed the news on Twitter on Saturday lunchtime.

Adam posted: "Delighted to have signed a new contract with @stokecity."

Stoke chief executive hopeful about keeping Nzonzi

Stoke chief executive Tony Scholes remains hopeful they can persuade midfielder Steven Nzonzi to sign a contract extension.

Nzonzi was one of Stoke's finest players under Mark Hughes last season. Credit: PA

Reports have suggested the Frenchman, who has 12 months remaining on his current deal, is looking for a move this summer.

"In terms of Steven, and other members of the squad, we are talking and are in constant touch with the representatives and the players themselves," Scholes told The Sentinel.

"Steven's a great footballer, and obviously player of the year, and we would dearly love to keep him but we will see.

"We don't want to be losing players of quality like Steven but that's not always in our hands."

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