Danish goalkeeper keen to clarify his role at the club.
Stoke goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen is keen to hold talks with the club to clarify his role according to The Stoke Sentinel.
The Danish stopper has largely been forced to the sidelines in recent times as he has struggled to break into the team ahead of the highly impressive Asmir Begovic.
Begovic looks likely to leave the club this summer with a number of top Premier League teams thought to be keen to sign the Bosnian.
That could pave the way for a return to the first team for Sorenson with the 36 year old keen to secure first team football.
But Stoke are also set to welcome Jack Butland to the club this summer and that could once again block Sorenson’s path to the first team.
Sorensen is keen to hold talks with new Stoke boss Mark Hughes to discover his new manager’s views on the goalkeeping situation at the Britannia Stadium.
Sorensen went on to recommend his Danish compatriot, Andreas Cornelius, as someone who could have a big impact at Stoke.
The Danish striker has been in highly impressive form for his side Copenhagen, netting eighteen goals for them last season, and could be set for a move to the Premier League.