Former Barcelona and Chelsea forward Eidur Gudjohnsen will be allowed to leave Stoke City during the January transfer window if the Premier League club receives a suitable offer.
Gudjohnsen only joined Stoke from Monaco in pre-season but the Iceland international has failed to make any impact at the Britannia Stadium. After just five appearances during the first half of the season, Gudjohnsen is growing frustrated and Stoke boss Tony Pulis admits he would let the 32-year-old go for the right price.
"If there's a deal you think is right for the club and the player thinks is right for him, then you get the deal done," Pulis said today. "Eidur has been unfortunate in that he hasn't had the game time he would've wanted. And with the bad weather of the past three weeks, he hasn't been able to play in the reserves. But he's come in on his days off and worked hard - he's just been unfortunate."
Gudjohnson won the Premier League with Chelsea in 2005 and 2006 and was also a member of the Barcelona squad that lifted the Spanish league title and the UEFA Champions League in 2009.