According to The Argus, Danish winger Anders Dreyer has joined Brighton to play for the U23 squad. However, with the Seagulls also signing Alireza Jahanbakhsh for a club record fee of £17m this summer, West Brom should take advantage of the abundance of wingers at the Amex to sign Solly March.
Iran international Jahanbakhsh joined Brighton in July from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar after netting 21 goals and providing 12 assists in just 33 Eridivisie matches last season.
Chris Hughton’s side have now also signed 20-year-old Dreyer from Danish from Superliga side Esbjerg, who was the top-scorer in Denmark’s second division last season as he helped his side to promotion. The youngster has also been capped for his country’s international sides from U17 to the U20s.
With Anthony Knockaert and Jose Izquierdo also at the club, Hughton will be spoilt for choice out wide when the Premier League season begins and may decide to offload Solly March before the transfer window shuts on Thursday.
After losing their first game of the Championship season 2-1 at home to Bolton, West Brom boss Darren Moore should be in the market for more creative, attacking players who can fire the Baggies back to the Premier League.
On-loan winger Harvey Barnes scored West Brom’s only goal of the game against Bolton with a fantastic curling effort, but with Nacer Chadli surely set to leave the club after an impressive World Cup campaign with Belgium, March could be the perfect signing for the Baggies.
The 24-year-old made 36 Premier League appearances last season, scoring one goal and providing three assists. He is also valued at just £4.5m by Transfermarkt and could represent a bargain for Moore.
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