Stoke City offer goalkeeper Carlo Nash a new contract

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English Premier League side Stoke City are waiting on goalkeeper after offering the 38-year-old a new contract.
After being demoted to the third choice goalkeeper at Stoke City, behindørensen-c34994, Nash is reportedly looking for a move away from the Britannia Stadium. He hinted on his Twitter account that he could be headed to another side before pre-season kicked off.
Nash posted on his official Twitter account:
“Had another mammoth fitness session. This should stand me in good stead for pre-season, wherever that may be.”
Having played for Manchester United in his youth, Nash began his senior career with Rossendale United in 1993. Since then he has gone on to play for Clitheroe, Crystal Palace, Stockport Country, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Manchester City, Middlesbrough, Preston North End, Wigan Athletic, Everton and Stoke City.
He initially arrived at Stoke City from Wigan Athletic on a loan move in 2008, going on to make ten appearances before joining on a permanent transfer. After two years with the Toffees and no appearances, Nash signed with Stoke City in 2010.
Since his permanent arrival at Stoke City, Nash has made just one appearance in the Carling Cup fixture against Shrewsbury in August of 2010. Despite rarely using him in any competition, the Premier League outfit are keen to retain the stopper.
The Stoke City director of football John Rudge confirmed that the side had indeed offered the goalkeeper a new contract and revealed he hoped the experienced stopper would go on to remain at the club past the summer transfer window.
Rudge said in an interview:
“We have offered Carlo a contract. He would like to be playing, but he is a good type who has done well for us while he has been here.
We hope he stays because he is an experienced player who gives us a good battle for places.”
If Nash is to reject the contract, Stoke City will be left with no choice but to sign a new goalkeeper or to rely on Dale Eve. The 17-year-old recently signed a two year contract with the club and is a promising young prospect.



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