West Brom Transfer Roundup: Barry to leave, Krovinovic confirmed, Besiktas eye Phillips

Yesterday’s West Brom transfer roundup provided news on a Benfica player, interest in a Premier League youngster and eyes on a Championship striker. Today’s edition entails the exit of a 16-year-old, the confirmed arrival of a Croatian midfielder and a Turkish club after a Scottish international winger.

Barry leaves

According to the Express and Star, Louie Barry has left West Brom and will sign for a new club soon. The Baggies had offered the England youth striker a new three-year deal, but the forward has decided not to sign it.

Krovinovic joins

West Brom have confirmed the signing of Benfica’s Filip Krovinovic on a season-long loan. “Filip is a bright, energetic player who is looking forward to representing this football club and everyone here is delighted to have him with us, especially Slaven Bilić,” said Albion’s technical director Luke Dowling upon the completion of the deal.

Besiktas eye Phillips

Turkish outlet Fanatik is reporting that Besiktas have identified Matt Phillips as a transfer target. The 28-year-old is reportedly ready to open a new chapter in his career, perhaps because he has now been a fixture at the Hawthorns since summer 2016.

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