Date: 7th June 2017 at 5:17pm
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Mark Hughes will have to be savvy in the transfer market this summer as his budget isn’t going to be as big as it has previously, which could lead to some bargain hunting in the coming weeks.

Turning his attention to the European market for one such cut price deal, Hughes could look to snap up Feyenoord right back Miguel Nelom for a mere 1 million Euros. A bargain in any currency, especially when you’re talking about an international footballer, having been capped twice by Holland.

Nelom, 26, was a member of the Eredivisie championship winning side last season, as Feyenoord won their first Dutch title in 18 years. His performances have caught the eye of the Stoke boss, according to La Contra Deportiva.

Interest has also been shown from Spanish club Espanyol so Stoke face competition for the Dutchman, the potential of offering a slightly higher transfer fee and greater wages could be enough to sway Nelom towards the Bet365 Stadium, assuming he doesn’t remain at Feyenoord, where he’s under contract until 2018.

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