Stoke told to up Cameron bid
Stoke City have been told to increase their offer for Houston Dynamo defender Geoff Cameron after the MLS rejected a £2million bid.
City boss Tony Pulis wants the USA international in at the Britannia Stadium before the end of the month and will not be happy about the latest developments as Major League Soccer are holding out for a bigger fee. Cameron has recovered from a slight knock and will be available for Dynamo's Monday night clash with Eastern Conference pacesetters DC United. And the central defender or holding midfielder could play three matches in six days if a deal is not agreed next week with his club set to play matches on Thursday and Sunday too. Dynamo are delighted by the delay in agreeing a deal as they want Cameron to play for them in as many matches as possible but the League, who hold all the players contracts, are willing to sell if the price is right. Stoke may have to increase their bid by up to £1million to secure the transfer of the 27-year-old defender.