Stoke City have made a massive £6 million bid for Sunderland goalkeeper Marton Fulop.

The Daily Mail says the Hungary international, who was recalled from a loan spell at the Britannia Stadium last season, became Stoke boss Tony Pulis' No 1 choice after West Brom boss Tony Mowbray beat him to the signature of Liverpool's Scott Carson.

The offer, believed to be £3m with add-ons, would make him the most expensive Hungarian player ever.