West Brom Transfer Roundup: Rogers joins City, Rodriguez leaves, Baggies keen on Adomah

Monday’s West Brom transfer roundup discussed Premier League interest in an Egyptian international, eyes on a Porto defender and the release clause met for a former England international forward. Today’s edition contains the reported departure of a 16-year-old, the confirmed exit of that aforementioned striker and the pursuit of a former Aston Villa winger.

Rogers to join City

The Telegraph is reporting that Manchester City have signed West Brom’s Morgan Rogers. The deal is reported to be worth £4m, although the youngster will have to wait 17 days before he can put pen-to-paper on a professional contract, which will be on his 17th birthday.

Rodriguez rejoins Burnley

Burnley have confirmed the signature of Jay Rodriguez from West Brom. The 29-year-old will return to his boyhood club after scoring 22 goals in the Championship for the Midlands outfit last season. The former Southampton striker has agreed a two-year deal with the Clarets, with the option of a further season.

Baggies attempting to hijack Adomah move

According to The Bristol Post, West Brom are attempting to hijack Nottingham Forest’s move for Albert Adomah. The 31-year-old Ghanaian international is reportedly having a medical with the two-time European Cup winners, but Slaven Bilic and co are still keen on taking him to the Hawthorns.

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