It’s the return of a certain striker to Vale Park as Michael Brown’s side take on Bury on Friday night…
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.