Report: West Brom ageree deal to sign 6m star

Hold it in the family—the West Brom loan signing can be quite beneficial.
At The Hawthorns, efforts will be underway to find the next jewel that Albion can borrow.
Mikey Johnston was a goldmine for Carlos Corberan and Ian Pearce, head of football operations, last season.

His arrival and success were a flashback to past loanee successes, such as Dwight Gayle and a youthful Harvey Barnes. His seven goals helped catapult Albion into the play-offs.
Considering the financial limitations Albion will have to operate under going forward, making astute loan signings this summer will be another top focus.

These loanees will undoubtedly be considering the larger teams, the Premier League teams, who are prepared to let their young players go and earn important experience.

Those moves will likely happen later, as is always the case during the summer transfer season, unless something has previously been arranged.

Before letting their young players go out on loan, clubs frequently like to take them on preseason tours and integrate them into the main squad. Albion will be glancing in a different direction, so that business will appear later in the window.


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