English Premiership

Stoke swoop for forward Joselu

2015-06-16 20:14
Joselu unveiled as a Stoke City player (Phil Greig/Stokecityfc.co.uk)

London - Stoke City have signed Spanish striker Joselu from Germany's Hanover 96 for $9 million, the Premier League club said on Tuesday.

The 25-year-old began his career with Celta Vigo and played one La Liga game for Real Madrid before moving to Germany with Hoffenheim.

He joined Hanover last year and scored eight goals in 30 Bundesliga games.

"Joselu has an excellent pedigree and is a player we have been tracking for some time," Stoke manager Mark Hughes told the club website.

"He has skills and attributes that are different to what we already have within the squad but will complement the attacking players we already have at our disposal."

Joselu joined fellow Spaniards Marc Muniesa and Bojan Krkic in the Stoke squad.

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