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West Brom set to seal multi-million pound deal for PL defender

It looks set to be an exciting Transfer Deadline Day for the West Brom faithful here in the Football Transfer Tavern…

It has been a relatively quiet summer for the West Brom fans here in the Tavern, with Tony Pulis thus far having an unsuccessful summer recruiting his primary targets…

However, with less than 12 hours to go until the Premier League Transfer Window slams shut – business is seemingly about to pick up at The Hawthorns.

According to Telegraph correspondent John Percy, West Brom are set to sign Watford Defender Allan Nyom for fee of £3m, with a deal expected to be completed imminently. See the tweet below…

Nyom will provide some much needed defensive depth at West Brom, with the side struggling at the back so far this season.

Nyom joined Watford in 2015 and has since made 32 league appearances for the Hertfordshire outfit – impressing in his debut season in England. A natural right full-back, the 28-year-old is proficient defensively and offensively, and will provide West Brom with some real quality at the back.

Interestingly, Percy also adds that West Brom could also move for Leicester City striker Leonardo Ulloa before the end of the transfer window.

The Leicester City man has only made one league appearance so far this season, and our landlord thinks he could be available should a viable offer come in.

Whilst no deal is on the table yet, the West Brom fans in the Tavern are pleased that Pulis is actively working on bringing in new players before today’s 11:30pm deadline.

The West Brom faithful here in the Football Transfer Tavern are keen to see their side improve on the final day, with the club featuring in a number of relegation prediction lists here in the Tavern.

West Brom fans – thoughts? Will this pair do well this year?

Let us know below!

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