Yevhen Konoplyanka may have played his final game for Dnipro and it didn’t pan out the way he would have been hoping, as Sevilla successfully managed to retain the trophy.
The winger was one of the bright talking points for his team last night and a definite talent who could now be set for pastures new, with a skillset which should be more than enough to help him secure a big move.
One of the clubs interested in him is reportedly Tottenham Hotspur, with the Daily Telegraph reporting interest from the club stretching back as far as March last year.
One area where Mauricio Pochettino could arguably use a new player is out wide to play down either flank and he could urge chairman Daniel Levy to go after a move, which would be neither simple or cheap.
Another side reportedly interested is Stoke City, with their interest suggested by the Stoke Sentinel.
Neutral fans would consider his choice a no brainer but Mark Hughes has shown that Stoke are more than just a long ball team and a one trick pony throughout the season.
The success Bojan had before injury shows that there is room for a more refined player at the club and a chance for any player to get his teeth into Premier League life and improve as a Stoke City star.
Whether Stoke have the finances to be able to compete with Tottenham is debatable, but it will be interesting to see how the player’s future unfolds.
Here’s what Tottenham and Stoke fans on Twitter had to say about Konoplyanka’s performance against Sevilla last night.
Nice to see Carroll in a spurs shirt again today, played well. #konoplyanka added to the team would be very nice please.— Scott (@sln1701) May 27, 2015
#Konoplyanka is an absolute steal for whoever manages to sign him for free this summer! Oozes confidence on the ball!— Ravi Puskur (@ravi_804) May 27, 2015
Difference of opinion over Konoplyanka epitomises current situ at Spurs @mathewsnook1 Baldini likes him, Poch/ Mitchell are not fans— Lyall Thomas (@LyallThomas) May 27, 2015
Konoplyanka mentions and links to go through the roof tonight/tomorrow. But he isn't coming to Spurs. Dodgy ownership issues #LetItGo— Jay Tennant (@jaytennant_) May 27, 2015
You can come to Stoke now Konoplyanka...— Thomas (@MrTommyWilliams) May 27, 2015