Mark Hughes is ready to offer another year to the 32-year-old to fight off competition from Crystal Palace and West Ham. Johnson could leave for free at the end of the season as he has not played enough games to trigger an automatic new deal. But Sparky wants him in his plans and the club are attempting to tie him down for another campaign. Palace boss Sam Allardyce had wanted Johnson to compete with Joel Ward at right-back.
Glen Johnson opens talks with Stoke over one year contract extensions as West Ham and Crystal Palace swoop
The Sun | Apr 18