Shawcross wants a decision made quickly.
Rounding off the defence is Dutch left-back Erik Pieters. They lost seven and drew seven of his remaining matches. Allen ranked highly at Stoke for passes per game (37.7) and pass success rate (81.1%) under Mark Hughes and Paul Lambert, while 2.7 tackles per game was also a notable return.More news: Nokia X6 5.8-inch FHD+ notched smartphone announced
Midfield: A relative Premier League novice of just 13 appearances, Badou Ndiaye made a big impression after joining Stoke from Galatasaray for £14m in January. He could be a target for sides needing to add more goals and a physical presence up front.
Midfield: The third member of this XI who could be on England's plane to Russia, Jake Livermore is likely to depart West Brom as part of the club's cost-cutting measures.
City have earned over £140million following their dominant season with bottom club West Brom still raking in nearly £100million as they begin the prepare for life in the Championship. Crystal Palace have been reported as a possible destination, but they might have to wait until after the World Cup to make their move.More news: United Kingdom government will speed up application process for shale gas extraction
To stay up Swansea had needed to beat Stoke and for Southampton to lose to Manchester City, with a ten-goal swing in the process.
To Swansea's credit, there was a vibrancy and attacking vigour to their first-half play and Jordan Ayew fired an early free-kick into the wall before an almighty scramble in the box, with Jack Butland standing firm.More news: Career-low round sees Marc Leishman lead in Dallas
Despite relegation to League One, Sunderland still received more than £41 million in parachute payments from the Premier League. The 28-year-old is a commanding presence in both boxes, making 52 interceptions and 132 clearances this season, as well as scoring twice.