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Stoke City to bring in striker to solve goalscoring problems

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Stoke City manager Mark Hughes could opt to bring in an experienced marksman after his side have only netted 15 goals in 16 Premier League matches.

Croatian forward Ivica Olic is out of contract in June but may be tempted to switch to the Britannia Stadium in the winter transfer window, according to talkSPORT.

The 34-year-old has scored seven league goals for Wolfsburg this season whilst Stoke’s top scorer in the league is Charlie Adam with three.

The Croatian international has won multiple league titles in Croatia, Russia and Germany and hit the net 16 times in 89 appearances for his country.

The forward has also attracted attention from his former club Hamburg.

According to reports, the player wants his future decided by February and Stoke City are interested in making an offer as soon as Wolfsburg are happy for Olic to talk to other clubs.

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