Nathan Jones has made the switch from League One side Luton Town to Stoke City. Here are five players he could target from his former Hatters’ side-

New Stoke City manager Nathan Jones. Photo by Graham Hunt.

James Justin- The 20-year-old, who can play as either a full-back or winger, looks to have a bright future ahead of him in the game. He has played just under 100 games for Luton so far in his career and has been linked with a move to the Championship in the past.

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Jack Stacey- Jones signed him for the Hatters in June 2017 from Reading and he has turned out to have been an inspired signing. Many people think he is capable of making the step up into the second tier. Stacey, like Justin, can also play as both a defender and midfielder.

Luton Town’s Jack Stacey during his loan spell at Exeter City in 2017. Photo by Graham Hunt.

Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu- The 24-year-old is a real talent and is another who Jones could take to Stoke with him. The former West Ham United midfielder joined Luton in 2014 and has since played 185 games for them.

Pelly Ruddock Mpanzu in action for Luton Town.

Harry Cornick- Jones brought the tricky winger to Kenilworth Road in 2017 from AFC Bournemouth. The 23-year-old is a real handful and is considered a real talent by Luton. He has scored seven goals in all competitions this season as well as gaining four assists.

James Collins- Could Jones target his trusted striker? The 28-year-old has already bagged 10 goals so far in this campaign as he builds on the 20 he got last season.

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