STOKE City will seek around £30million for rumoured Cherries target Jack Butland in the summer, according to the Telegraph.

The national title claims England international Butland is “emerging as a target” for Cherries.

The 26-year-old attracted interest last summer following Stoke’s relegation to the Championship, but stayed with the Potters.

Eddie Howe has chopped and changed his starting goalkeeper in recent months.

Asmir Begovic played every Premier League game this season until he was replaced by Artur Boruc for the win against West Ham in January.

The Bosnian returned after nine games on the bench for the defeats against Leicester and Burnley before Howe again selected Boruc for the past two games.

Butland cost Stoke £3.5m from Birmingham in 2013 and has nine caps for England. But Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate has reportedly informed the goalkeeper he needs to be playing either in the Premier League or abroad if he wants to stay in the fold for the national team.

Crystal Palace have also been linked with Butland and the Telegraph claims Stoke are expecting to receive offers soon after their Championship season finishes next month.