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By DAN KARELL
Geoff Cameron is back in first team training with Stoke City after his post-World Cup break but its unclear whether he’ll remain with the club for this season.
After spending the last two seasons at right back for Stoke, manager Mark Hughes brought in new competition at the position in Phil Bardsley and according to the Stoke Sentinel, five clubs in England and four in Germany are interested in Cameron’s services.
The nine clubs reportedly interested in Cameron include Sunderland, Hull City, West Bromwich Albion, Swansea City, and Southampton from England and Schalke 04, Eintracht Frankfurt, and two other unnamed German clubs.
The report states that Cameron is hoping to seek assurances from Hughes about potentially playing in central defense or central midfield, more natural positions for Cameron and the positions where he has performed the best for both the U.S. Men’s National Team and the Houston Dynamo in the past.
Cameron has one year left on his contract with a club option for another year, and Stoke are not in a situation where they would have to sell Cameron for to financial reasons.
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