West Brom fans have been quick to voice concerns over their academy in the past and it appears as though that trend has now followed.
Earlier in the transfer window, Express & Star reported that West Brom could be set to lose teenage winger Morgan Rogers to Manchester City.
It looks as though it took a while for the deal to actually be confirmed after Rogers himself was pictured with a City shirt on Twitter only this week.
Delighted to announce I’ve joined @mancity which is big moment for me and my family and I can’t wait to get started?Would also like to say Thankyou to everyone @wba both the players and staff for these 9 years and helping me become who I am❤️ pic.twitter.com/6vi2kbREmP
— Morgan Rogers (@morgz_10) August 1, 2019
But it wasn’t a move that pleased a host of Albion fans who decided to take aim at the 17-year-old for his decision.
Some fans decided to focus on the financial gain of the transfer, despite wage details not being released, telling him sarcastically to enjoy the money.
A further supporter claimed that he’d now not play any matches for a while whilst another individual said it was the wrong move for him.
Here’s some of the reaction to his exit.
Enjoy the ££££££££
— Andrew Knight (@drewknight47) August 2, 2019
Enjoy the money. Shame you couldn’t stick around but can see why you left.
— Garić Cartrić (@GaryGarlando) August 1, 2019
Great chase the money, you had a chance of actually playing football instead of youth games, enjoy the money ?
— Kirk (@kirk1477) August 1, 2019
Oh yeah it’s great news good luck on the zero minutes playtime you’ll get when you could of been a regular @WBA but I spose you can’t turn down the chance to never play at city #rulesneedtochange #Loyalty
— James Langley (@Langleyboy91) August 2, 2019
Unfortunately it’s the wrong move kid
— Scott John Hancox (@TheSweetestKid) August 1, 2019
— Dr. Aidan D Lewis (@AidanSwagadon) August 1, 2019
Good luck getting game time ! On loan to Brentford come January.
— neil (@vespaned) August 1, 2019
No more matches for you for a while.
— Taffie Baggie (@TaffieBaggie) August 1, 2019
And that’s the last we will hear of him
— mark turner (@turner14guvnor) August 1, 2019