Last season was disappointing from a West Brom perspective as the Baggies failed to seal promotion to the Premier League. During the season, Darren Moore was relieved of his duties, leaving the managerial position vacant. Fortunately for WBA fans, today’s transfer roundup features an update in regards to the dugout. Also included are potential European moves for two strikers.
Bilic agrees deal
According to the Daily Mail, Slaven Bilic is set to become the new Albion manager. The former West Ham boss has reportedly agreed a three-year deal with the club having not worked in English football since the disappointing end to his spell at the London Stadium.
Rondon approached by Fenerbahce
Salomon Rondon is the subject of an offer from Fenerbahce according to Aksam via Sports Witness. The Venezuelan has reportedly been offered €4m (£3.6m) a season to become the club’s new numbers nine, with both Roberto Soldado and Islam Slimani, who returned to Leicester following the end of his loan spell, having recently left the Turkish giants.
Barca after Barry
Spanish juggernauts Barcelona are interested in taking West Brom youngster Louie Barry to the Nou Camp according to the Sun. The striker is just 15 years old but has impressed as part of the Baggies’ U18 team. He turns 16 in June, which would make him eligible for a move abroad.