Despite having a bid of over £2million rejected by Wolves in the January transfer window, West Brom are seemingly still heavily interested in Malian winger Bakary Sako, according to reports from the Mirror.
An advanced summer move from the Baggies is therefore likely, with Tony Pulis also missing out on signing West Ham’s Carlton Cole in a scuppered last minute deadline-day deal.
Sako, who represented Mali throughout this year’s African Cup of Nations, has scored eight goals for Wolverhampton Wonderers this season, and whilst he may not be the club’s top goal-scorer, the bustling winger has still developed quite the hero’s admiration at Molineux so far throughout the 2014/15 campaign.
The no. 10 was also reportedly being considered by Harry Redknapp before the former Tottenham and Portsmouth boss’ abrupt departure from Loftus Road earlier this month.
Even if West Brom decide against signing the Wolves striker however, Bakery Sako is expected to depart his current club regardless if Wolves fail to achieve promotion this season.