Hughes opens door to Stoke future for Bojan

Mark Hughes is prepared to let Bojan Krkic reprise his Stoke City career in spite of sending the ex-Barcelona forward on a loan exile to Mainz last season.
Bojan moved towards the Bundesliga in January following enduring limited possibilities in Hughes’ starting XI.
He scored as soon as in 11 games in German football’s top rated flight – the opening target within a 2-2 draw with Bayern Munich – as well as the 26-year-old features a chance to prove himself once again at the bet365 Stadium, exactly where he remains a crowd favourite.
“We all possess a large amount of feelings for Bojan, and it was fantastic to find out him back here this morning,” Hughes told Stoke City+.
“Although it didn’t really work out for him here final year we’ve got to keep in mind that he was nonetheless coming back from a really serious injury.
“We are six months down the line now although, and I feel that he is within a far better spot possessing played games in the course of the second half of final season.
“He had a good sharp session this morning and all of us saw his excellent technical potential, which constantly comes towards the fore to be completely truthful.”
Midway by means of an impressive debut season at Stoke in 2014-15, Bojan suffered a cruciate knee ligament injury.
In total, he has 15 targets in 60 appearances for the Premier League club, in conjunction with three assists.