West Bromwich Albion are seeking to move striker Kenneth Zohore on before tonight’s deadline, as reported by The Athletic.
The Lowdown: Zohore struggles to make an impact at the Hawthorns
Simply put, the 6 foot 3 Zohore has not enjoyed the greatest time of things since moving to the Hawthorns in 2019 from Cardiff City for an undisclosed fee [BBC].
Failing to pin down a regular starting berth at the Baggies, the Danish forward has mustered just five goals from 23 appearances [Transfermarkt], whilst spent last campaign on loan at Millwall in the Sky Bet Championship [BBC].
Should West Brom move on Zohore this window?
The Latest: West Brom make Zohore available
The 27-year-old has now been made available by West Brom after failing to impress recently appointed manager Valerien Ismael [The Athletic].
He is unlikely to complete a move this window, with a lack of suitors waiting in the wings to snap up his services.
No further incomings are set to link up with the Baggies between now and the transfer deadline.
The Verdict: Getting Zohore off the wage bill would make business sense for WBA
If West Brom can drum up any interest between now and the end of the night, shifting Zohore on may be the most beneficial scenario for both parties.
Drawing a blank in the three fixtures he has featured in for his current employers in 2021/22, he may need a change of scenery to get his career back on track [Transfermarkt].
Unsurprisingly, the arrival of Norwich City hitman Jordan Hugill on loan will diminish Zohore’s playing chances even further at the Hawthorns this campaign [West Bromwich Albion FC Official].
Despite this, the Baggies may need to keep a hold of the Denmark Olympic team ace for the time being if no clubs signal their intention to acquire the striker.
In other news, West Brom have been tipped to turn a temporary move into a permanent move for a loan signing by a journalist. Find out more here.
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