Stoke and Queens Park Rangers have both made official bids for Manchester City winger Shaun Wright Phillip, according to reports on Sky Sports.
The 29-year-old winger has struggled to force his way into the Manchester City squad since returning to the club in 2008 and is now looking to move away from the club.
Wright-Phillips has earned 36 caps for England, but lasts season found his opportunities severely limited with the likes of Adam Johnson and David Silva being preferred.
He made just 18 appearances for City last season, with the vast majority coming in the Europe League, and has been told by manager Roberto Mancini that he can leave the club in order to find regular first team football.
Bolton and Wigan have both sounded out the Manchester club, but Stoke and QPR are the first clubs to make an official offer and will hope to convince the winger to leave the Etihad.
It is believed that Wright-Phillips is keen to remain in the Premier League, despite interest from clubs in Italy, France and Spain.
QPR have been boosted by the investment of new owner Tony Fernandes and are hoping to persuade the England winger to choose Loftus Road where he could be joined by Newcastle midfielder Joey Barton.
Stoke are also keen to bring the player to the Brittania and have the ability to offer European football after safely qualifying for the group stages of the Europe League.
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