FC Copenhagen striker Andreas Cornelius could be joining Stoke City in the summer transfer window, Daily Express has revealed.
The Potters have endured a pretty disappointing season, with the lack of firepower up front proving to be a major issue.
With their scoring record second only to Queens Park Rangers, Tony Pulis is keen to add a high-profile striker to his ranks in the summer.
According to Daily Express, he has set his sights on Denmark international Andreas Cornelius.
Cornelius, 20, has exploded onto the big stage this season and has been in scintillating form for both club and country.
He seems to be planning to cash in on his good showings and recently hinted that a move to English Premier League would be a dream come true.
The talented footballer has scored 17 goals in 24 league matches for FC Copenhagen, while he scored his first international goal as Denmark beat Czech Republic.