Many West Brom supporters have called on the club to turn the loan move for Callum Robinson into a permanent one.
Twitter channel @BaggiesHQ asked followers whether they would like to see the 12-cap Republic of Ireland international, on loan from Sheffield United, remaining at The Hawthorns beyond the summer, with most replying in the positive.
— Baggies HQ (@BaggiesHQ) May 7, 2020
The 25-year-old came to Albion on loan in January after struggling for game-time under Chris Wilder at Bramall Lane and so far the switch has worked out well for him, starting eight successive Championship games under Slaven Bilic before the season was halted in March.
Robinson had scored twice in that time, against Nottingham Forest and Bristol City, while his goal-hungry nature is reflected in his match average of 3.8 shots, by far the highest in West Brom’s squad. He has also contributed 1.8 key passes per game, an average topped only by Matheus Pereira at The Hawthorns (as per WhoScored).
Should West Brom sign Callum Robinson permanently?
These Baggies fans on Twitter are hoping that the club will sign the Irish winger permanently rather than see him return to Sheffield United:
A big YES
— Mr_Magic (@Baggie_Tillidie) May 7, 2020
Sign him up!
— Mark (@MarkShorthouse4) May 7, 2020
Go for him!!
— Mark (@DustpipeMark) May 7, 2020
I like him, he brought an energy to the team from day one, seems to likes it at the Albion, I’d sign him permanently if possible
— Andrew Colclough (@AndyColclough) May 7, 2020
Good age, good experience & versatile so would 100% sign him for below £10mil
— Jimi Nicholls (@JimiNicholls) May 7, 2020
Got to launch a permanent bid surely!
— (@AdiePearson) May 7, 2020
Premiership quality player. So yes
— Paul Handley (@PaulHan12455719) May 7, 2020
Ye definitely. Had reservations when we initially got him but he proved me wrong. The work rate, quality & commitment is all you could want as a fan.
— Jamie Rossiter (@Jay89R) May 7, 2020
West Brom fans, should the club look to make Robinson’s loan move a permanent deal? Comment below with your views!
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