Danny Mills does not expect West Brom to make many signings in the January transfer window, despite their relegation worries.
Speaking to Football Insider, the former Leeds United and Manchester City defender does not expect there to be an influx of players coming into the Hawthorns next month despite them currently sitting in the relegation zone in the Premier League:
“I wouldn’t expect an influx of players into the football club – this may well be what he’s got is what he’s got and he’s going to have to work with that.”
West Brom need transfer reinforcements
With the Baggies currently on a mere seven points from their 14 games in the top flight so far, leaving them five off of safety in 19th spot, the Midlands club need to bring in some new players to try and spark a surge up the table.
Will West Brom stay up?
Albion have recently been tipped to sign Newcastle striker Andy Carroll by former player turned pundit Dean Windass, and have also been linked with a move for the Crystal Palace central defender James Tomkins.
Just two players with an abundance of experience in England’s highest division, they may well help WBA to safety, but they will need all the help that they can get in order to stay up.
Sam Allardyce will also be a big factor given that he has never been relegated before, but for Mills suggest that there will not be many signings coming in through the door will surely be a worry given their perilous league position.
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