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West Brom: Fans react to transfer update on Musa

West Brom: Fans react to transfer update on Musa - West Bromwich Albion Transfer Rumours

West Bromwich Albion have decided not to sign free agent Ahmed Musa.

The Baggies were heavily linked with a move for the Nigeria international – he had a trial at the Hawthorns (The Daily Mail), while he was even said to have had a medical at the club (Football Insider). Given that he was not contracted to another outfit, he did not need to be signed during the January transfer window.

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However, it now seems that Sam Allardyce have decided against making a move for the £5.4m-valued 28-year-old (Transfermartkt). They were said to be put off by the £60,000-a-week wages he was looking for, while they also believe they have better options already available at the club (The Express and Star).

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This news has attracted plenty of attention from the Baggies supporters, and they took to social media platform Twitter to share their thoughts.

Let’s see what the fans had to say about the Musa news below

“Skint, that’s why”

Credit: @JakeWBA97

“He’ll go to a relegation rival. Class from the board once again”

Credit: @WBAHazzaFT

“Big punt, might have worked but we’ll never know. Could have been another Sturridge.”

 Credit: @JohnPerks58

“Probably depended on Grosicki moving on. It’s a shame as he’s a decent player who offers something different to what we have”

Credit: @East_Algarve

“More like the board hadn’t got the money to fund it.”

Credit: @wickett79

“‘Stronger players’ aka ‘we can’t afford his wages'”

Credit: @Rees_wba

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