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Another club join in race for Hunt?



Premier League side Stoke City have joined the race to sign Reading striker Noel Hunt, according to Herald.ie.

The former Republic of Ireland international is out of contract with the Royals this summer and is yet to sign a new deal, also prompting interest from Cardiff and Hull City. Hunt was reportedly offered a one-year extension by the Royals, but is after at least a two-year deal.

I still think Noel has another season in him, albeit a bit part player. It seems incredible to think he is 30 now, so to let him go wouldn't be the end of the world, but to see a great servant of the club leave is always sad. Not really sure why Premier League teams would be chasing him though.

Wiki page: Noel Hunt

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