West Brom are reportedly interested in signing former Sheffield Wednesday winger Adam Reach in the summer transfer window.
The Lowdown: Reach leaves Wednesday
The 28-year-old suffered relegation with the Owls last season, and with his contract at Hillsborough expiring last month, he is currently searching for a new club.
Reach might not be without potential suitors, having scored 31 goals in 306 Championship appearances in his career.
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The Latest: West Brom linked with move
According to journalist Alan Nixon on Twitter, Reach is a target for West Brom, as they prepare for life under Valerien Ismael back in the Championship:
“West Brom. Surprise potential squad addition is Adam Reach. Ex Sheff Wed. Also on Blackburn list.”
The Verdict: Good squad player
Reach may not necessarily come in as a guaranteed starter for the Baggies, but he has the quality and experience to more than justify a squad place.
At 28, he is arguably in the peak years of his career and he possesses an eye for the spectacular, having scored some memorable goals for Wednesday down the years.
A powerful player who can thrive both out wide and centrally, Reach could be an intriguing signing by West Brom, as they look to make a swift return to the Premier League.
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