The England international was a free agent after his release from Manchester United at the end of last season and has agreed a one-year pay-as-you-play deal at the
Owen, 32, was unveiled as Stoke manager
The deal was announced by the club on Tuesday but remained subject to confirmation that the Potters submitted the relevant paperwork prior to the
The uncertainty meant the Premier League were only able to release the official 25-man squads for 19 of the 20 clubs.
But now a decision has been made and Owen will be available for selection ahead of Stoke's next Premier League fixture, which sees champion Manchester City visit the
Forward Owen, who has also played for Real Madrid and Newcastle United, was linked with a return to former side Liverpool as a solution to its goalscoring worries.
But it is Pulis who has signed Owen on a performance-related contract after the arrivals of
A Premier League statement read: "The Premier League board has confirmed to Stoke City the registration of
Owen confirmed the news himself on Twitter moments before the club posted the decision on its official website.
His Tweet read: "It's official! Deal done. I'm a Stoke player. Can't wait to get going."
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