Port Vale Chairman Norman Smurthwaite says he tried to get former Vale striker Tom Pope back on loan but any move this summer is unlikely.
In a series of tweets, Port Vale owner Norman Smurthwaite has suggested that there could be another new player arriving at the club.
In an overnight OVF vote, a majority of Port Vale fans would welcome Tom Pope’s return to the club.
Did the Port Vale chairman just suggest that a Port Vale return for striker Tom Pope may be a possibility?
OVF editor Rob Fielding says the Vale’s budget is sustainable while Tom Pope purchasers Bury are engaged in a massive financial gamble.
Port Vale supporter Tom Pope says he feels “lucky to have played as long as I did for Port Vale” after he left the club to join Bury.
BBC Radio Stoke reports that striker Tom Pope is pondering a three year deal from League One rivals Bury.
Doncaster Rovers manager Paul Dickov says he is interested in signing Tom Pope but he is not interested in midfielder Michael O’Connor.