West Bromwich Albion face a big couple of days in terms of their season now as they look to try and get back on track in their promotion hunt in the Sky Bet Championship.
Since around mid-December the Baggies have faltered and January has really hurt them with their huge gap over those outside of the top two being eroded.
However, they remain in the automatic spots and still in control of their destiny and a strong end to the transfer window today followed by a win over Luton Town tomorrow will surely ease some anxiety.
Focusing on today, then, fans are going to hope that their window finishes with a flourish before 11pm tonight and plenty of supporters are going to be paying attention to some of the rumours.
One deal already sorted was the extended stay of Grady Diangana to the end of the season, though if the Baggies want him permanently the Birmingham Mail reckons West Ham want £20m for him.
A big fee, let’s take a look at what has been said about this suggestion:
🏴📰 | #WBA
West Ham want at least £20M for Grady Diangana if Albion wish to sign him permanently.
Alan Nixon reported that the Baggies were preparing a £10M bid on Wednesday for the highly-rated winger.
Grady is currently on loan until the end of the season.
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— WBA Report (@WBAReport) January 30, 2020
If we go up I’d seriously consider that…
— NOT Kenneth Zohore (@KinkyKenneth9) January 30, 2020
If we get promoted then this has to be a priority. He plays like he could be the next Sterling.
Tricky and pacey with a great ability to read the game.
Goals and assists are building into his game.
He's become better defensively aswell and bizzarly physical for someone his size!
— JonW1995 (@JonW1995) January 30, 2020
Use the 10m off Ferguson and the 8mill we was gonna use for orsic then jobs a good en
— Russell jones (@Russwba83) January 30, 2020
How about 20mil if we get promoted? Surely that can be committed to paper. Good business for both. 6mths ago he was a loanee.
— Mark Mansell (@MarkMansell) January 30, 2020
if we go up, worth to spend £20M on him
— unpleasant sonata (@HiLucie16) January 30, 2020
If we go up we get him in
— Baggies forever (@BaggiesForever3) January 30, 2020
— Adam George (@AdamGeorge_) January 30, 2020
Price will go up by the summer id try and find a way of securing that price now.
— Kirk Stevens (@KirkStevens85) January 30, 2020
— Craig Jones (@Jonah_238) January 30, 2020
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