Kenwyne Jones could have played his last game for Stoke City following their loan capture of Manchester City striker John Guidetti.
The Trinidad and Tobago international is already facing an unclear future at Stoke after refusing to play for The Potters in Sunday afternoon's clash against title chasers Liverpool.
Jones has started just four Premier league games this season as manager Mark Hughes has favoured the pairing of Peter Crouch and Jon Walters but now there is a third striker at The Britannia Stadium in the form of Guidetti, Jones could have played his last game.
Reports yesterday said that Everton were looking to take Jones for £1 million as cover for Romelu Lukaku, but Stoke will refuse to sell the striker for less than £3 million and with his contract up at the end of the season, Everton can't even take him on loan because they have already used up their quota with Gareth Barry from Man City and Lukaku from Chelsea.
Kenwyne himself took to social media to rubbish reports tweeting: "Just make sure you you have the correct story before making a comment...Don't believe everything you read in the papers...Hopefully they will speak the truth if not in time I will."
But for now the striker's future at the Potteries is looking rather bleak.
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