According to The Athletic, West Bromwich Albion are willing to listen to offers for forward Callum Robinson this summer.
The Lowdown: An uncertain future
Despite the 27-year-old still having a solid three years remaining on his contract at the Hawthorns, he suffered from a lack of game time last season, a factor which has seen his future with the Championship outfit thrown up in the air.
Amid all the speculation, the winger said last month that he still expects to be a part of Steve Bruce’s plans come the end of July, but after a new update, it seems as though the former Newcastle boss might not have the same idea.
The Latest: West Brom open to Robinson exit
In a new article published by The Athletic, it’s claimed that West Brom are ‘expected to listen to offers’ for Robinson over the coming weeks.
The source states that whilst the boss ‘may decide’ to keep him as cover, he might find consistent opportunities ‘hard to come by’ as a result of being ‘behind’ others in the pecking order, meaning that he ‘could be moved on’ before the end of the window.
The Verdict: Get him gone
With Bruce now looking to revamp his squad ahead of the start of the new season, it’s important that he filters through any deadwood to make way for new summer signings, and Robinson is a name that should be on that list.
The 28-cap international only made 16 appearances in the second tier since the manager’s arrival, netting just two goals during that time, as per Transfermarkt, showing just how out of favour he is under Bruce.
Should West Brom let Robinson go?
The Irishman has previously been criticised for his lack of effort whilst on duty for his country, and that’s something that fans have recognised has crept into his performances for the Baggies, so it wouldn’t come as any surprise if the club did let him leave the Midlands before the 2022/23 campaign.
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