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I've got no Stoke City future, admits Burnley loan winger

Lancashire Telegraph: Michael Kightly Michael Kightly

MICHAEL Kightly admits he has no future at Stoke City – as he looks to make his switch to Burnley permanent.

Kightly indicated before promotion was sealed earlier this week that he was open to a permanent move to Turf Moor, after a successful season-long loan from Stoke.

The winger has now conceded that his time at Stoke looks to be over.

“Since I’ve been here I’ve not spoken to anyone from Stoke so I think that shows I won’t be there next season,” Kightly said.

“I don’t know what’s happening at the moment but I would love to join Burnley.

“I’m sure things will start to pan out in the next couple of weeks.”

The winger still has a year to run on his Stoke contract.

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12:15pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Burnley59/60 says...

Get him on board now
Get him on board now Burnley59/60
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12:17pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Dublin Claret says...

Depends on what stoke are looking for !!
Depends on what stoke are looking for !! Dublin Claret
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8:09am Fri 25 Apr 14

garry_stockton says...

Kight s will join Burnley, subject to personal terms , Dyche will see to that provided they do no demand an extortionate fee. Any body fancy a wager.
Dont let me down Ginger!!!!!!!!!!!!
Kight s will join Burnley, subject to personal terms , Dyche will see to that provided they do no demand an extortionate fee. Any body fancy a wager. Dont let me down Ginger!!!!!!!!!!!! garry_stockton
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