West Brom are reportedly interested in a loan move in the January transfer window for Everton outcast Cenk Tosun.
As per the Sunday People (via The Boot Room), Sam Allardyce’s team are interested in taking the Turkey international, as well as Manchester United man Dan James, to the Hawthorns on a loan deal for the rest of the 2020/21 term, which may well end up benefitting the Goodison Park faithful.
Tosun move would suit all parties
A move away from the Merseyside club for Tosun, even if it is just on loan, could suit both Carlo Ancelotti’s team and the Baggies.
Should Everton sell Tosun?
The 29-year-old currently earns £60,000 a week at the Toffees, and if he were to move to WBA, some, if not all, of these wages would almost certainly be subsidised.
If the striker performs well, then a permanent move may well be on the cards in the next summer transfer window, which would help the Blues recoup some money that could potentially be used to invest in another forward to challenge the likes of Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison up top.
Tosun has only played in five games in all competitions so far in this season and only has 10 goals in his 56 matches in total for Everton over the last four consecutive campaigns (Transfermarkt).
A move away would suit both Everton and the forward, and West Brom could provide a path for him.
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