Liverpool winger Assaidi could make permanent Stoke switch

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Stoke City manager Mark Hughes has revealed that he will talk with Oussama Assaidi over a permanent switch to the club, reports The Daily Star.

The winger - who is currently on loan at The Britannia Stadium - struggled for first-team opportunities under Brendan Rodgers, and now it appears that he could be set for a move in the up coming market.  

Under Hughes, at Stoke, Assaidi has been an integral member of the squad, having made 18 Premier League appearances in this campaign. 

It remains to be seen as to whether Rodgers believes Assaidi has a long term future at Liverpool, but it appears Hughes will discuss a potential summer move with the winger.

Hughes told reporters: "Ozzy (Assaidi) isn't our player - but he has done really well and we will talk about his future.

"We have been good for him and he's been good for us.

"But I don't know where his future lies because we haven't had those conversations yet."

Liverpool, without Assaidi, have had a fine season and could still win the Premier League title this term. Despite their 2-0 defeat against rivals Chelsea, Rodgers' side are still top of the table with just two games to play. 

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