Despite a lavish Chinese takeover of their beloved Baggies, it wasn’t exactly a barnstorming transfer window for the West Bromwich Albion fans in the Transfer Tavern.
Amid the glitz and glamour of Premier League spending these days, the Hawthorns didn’t exactly play host to the most interesting arrivals.
Though Nacer Chadli was drafted in a club-record deal a few days before, the likes of Hal Robson-Kanu, Matt Phillips and Allam Nyom are reasonably low-key buys.
Now, things have got even worse for the Midlands drinkers in the Tavern today.
According to the Daily Express, manager Tony Pulis is considering his future at the club after struggling in the transfer market.
Into the final year of his deal, the Welshman is reportedly frustrated that the Baggies could not do more in terms of player arrivals.
The 58-year-old is understood to be seeking talks with senior figures at the Hawthorns as he ponders his future.
Having arrived back in January 2015, the former Stoke City and Crystal Palace coach steered the club to safety in his first season, while consolidating them ever since.
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