Tony Pulis is remaining tight-lipped regarding Stoke City’s transfer dealings, in particular with Kenwyne Jones.
The Trinidad & Tobago striker is reportedly the subject of a £3million bid from Swansea City but Pulis says all negotiations will be done away from the public eye until they are complete.
"If there is going to be anything done with another football club, we will do our business with the football club," Pulis told reporters.
"If we sell Kenwyne, then I will speak to you about it. If we don't sell Kenwyne, then I will speak to you about it, and then you can ask me why we did one or the other."
And Pulis added that he is unsure about giving Jones a start when the Potters head to the Liberty Stadium to meet the Swans on Saturday.
"It will be a big decision, and that is not because of whether he is going to Swansea or not - it is just about whether or not I think it is right to start him," he added.