LATEST UPDATE : Wolves closely monitor Stoke City key player ahead of summer decisions

According to StokeOnTrentLive, Wolves staff member Steve Davis viewed Stoke City loan players Luke Cundle and Ki-Jana Hoever in ‘person’ on the final day.
Stoke City will lose the duo at the conclusion of the season when they return to Molineux. at the summer transfer window looming, their futures at the Midlands club remain uncertain.
Their parent club must make a huge decision about both of their futures ahead of next season in the Premier League. The Potters finished 17th in the Championship table, six points above the drop zone.

According to StokeOnTrentLive, Wolves’ pathways manager Davis, who has previously worked at Crewe Alexandra

Leyton Orient previously looked closely at both Cundle and Hoever when they faced Bristol City at the Bet365 Stadium. The hosts triumphed 4–0. Stoke City signed Cundle on loan in January to improve their midfield options. He made 16 league appearances and scored twice.

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He has been at Wolves since 2014, after previously playing for Warrington Town and Burnley.

Since then, the 22-year-old has made seven first-team appearances and has been loaned out to Swansea City and Plymouth Argyle in the Championship to gain experience.
Cundle has worked with Steven Schumacher twice before, but it is unclear whether they will collaborate again in the coming season. His contract expires in 2026, after he signed new terms in 2022.

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Wolves should consider Hoever’s possibilities, given he has been with Stoke City since January 2023.

He has made 61 appearances for Staffordshire and has scored eight goals.

The right wing-back has been a solid player over the last season and a half, but his future is uncertain, as is Cundle’s.

Hoever has played for AZ Alkmaar, Ajax, and Liverpool before joining Molineux in 2020, and he has also spent time on loan at PSV in the past to further his development.

Stoke City’s Summer Ahead
Stoke City have yet to formally announce their retained list, but the summer is expected to be active in terms of transfers.

The Potters had an unimpressive season and were too close to the bottom three to be comfortable, but they eventually clawed their way back. Cundle and Hoever have both been valuable players, and the Wolves must determine if they are ready to incorporate them into their plans or let them go.

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