West Bromwich Albion could see an experienced defender leave this summer on loan as the transfer window remains open.
According to John Percy, Allan Nyom is set to secure a temporary switch to Leganes for the duration of the campaign.
Small piece of #wba transfer news: defender Allan Nyom is set to sign for Leganès on a season’s loan.
— John Percy (@JPercyTelegraph) August 16, 2018
There have been concerns over the future of the right-back, with the player himself taking to social media at one point in the summer and revealed he did not know much about his future, via the Birmingham Mail.
The Baggies have also been in the market looking for a replacement for the full-back, which has shown signs that he may be on his way out of The Hawthorns.
Nyom has been in the side for two of their matches this season, however, he has struggled to make an impact for the club and his performances have left some concerns.
The move by West Brom is a positive one, as it will suggest that they could have a player coming in to replace him fairly soon.
A return to Spain and La Liga will also benefit Nyom, as he excelled during his time with Granada, which eventually led to his move to England with Watford.
However, there will be question marks once again about the player’s future, as the loan deal has not specified whether there is an option to turn it into a permanent deal, or if he will return to the Hawthorns next summer.
West Brom fans – thoughts?