As ​Stoke City prepare for life in the Championship, one of their main priorities is retooling their attack and ​Watford's Andre Gray is high on their list - with an appealing price tag to boot.

​Football League World report that the Hornets are asking for £15m for his services and the Potters are interested, as new boss Gary Rowett continues his search to strengthen Stoke's attacking options ahead of a season in the Championship, ​having already brought in Benik Afobe from Wolves.

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Stoke are expected to have a major overhaul of the current squad, with many of the current first team players expected to leave the club this summer.

Gray, 26, arrived at Watford from ​Burnley just last year, but has struggled to make an impact at the club, managing just five goals in 31 Premier League appearances last season.

However, the Englishman has a prolific record in the Football League.

Gray scored 18 goals for ​Brentford during the 2014/15 campaign, earning himself a move to then-Championship Burnley where he scored 25 goals during the 2015/16 campaign, spearheading the club's promotion to the ​Premier League.

Gray's acquisition would give Stoke a strong boost in their aim to bounce back to the Premier League at the first attempt, so a £15m price tag may be viewed as a very tempting and worthwhile investment.

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According to the Daily Mail, Stoke have also lodged a £10m bid with Newcastle for striker Dwight Gayle - another of Rowett's possible attacking targets.

Gayle was prolific in the second tier despite an injury spell during the season, scoring 23 goals in 34 appearances during Newcastle's 2016/17 spell in the ​Championship.

The forward has failed to score anywhere near as regularly in the Premier League for the Magpies and could leave St. James' Park this summer.

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Similarly to Gray, Gayle would offer Stoke a significant boost in the push for promotion and is a cheaper option to the Watford man.

However, Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez is unlikely to allow Gayle to leave without signing a replacement first.