West Bromwich Albions

ESPN FC - West Bromwich Albion News 23 Jul 03:36

West Brom cancel PSV friendly after being warned of violent threat

West Brom have two more friendlies before beginning their Premier League campaign. West Brom has cancelled their friendly against PSV Eindhoven after being warned by Dutch police of a threat of violence in Arnhem on Friday. Local authorities cautioned the Premier League side that a number of possibly ill-intentioned PSV supporters were set to travel to the Fox Sports Cup match, which resulted in the abandonment of the fixture and the Baggies' immediate return to England.  "We naturally share the disappointment of our supporters who have travelled to Arnhem that the game has...

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about West Bromwich Albion | BBC 23 Jul 00:02

Dutch police cancel PSV-West Brom match

West Brom's pre-season friendly against PSV Eindhoven in Arnhem is called on police advice.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about West Bromwich Albion | BBC 22 Jul 23:09

West Brom turn down £20m Berahino bids

West Bromwich Albion turn down £20m bids for striker Saido Berahino from Crystal Palace and Stoke City.

ESPN FC - West Bromwich Albion News 22 Jul 21:21

Crystal Palace make 20m bid for Saido Berahino of West Brom - report

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop believes its time for West Brom to cut ties with Saido Berahino. Sources say Saido Berahino is the subject of a big-money offer from Crystal Palace. Crystal Palace have made an offer of £20 million plus add-ons for West Brom striker Saido Berahino, sources have told Press Association Sport. The offer remains on the table and has not been accepted or rejected by the Baggies. It tops Stoke's offer of £17m plus £3m in add-ons from earlier in the week -- which is also yet to get an official answer -- but West Brom have always wanted to find a suitable replacement before allowing Berahino to complete a move. Sources say the 22-year-old...

West Brom – teamtalk.com 22 Jul 10:40

Big Sam uncertainty could see Sunderland miss out on Moukandjo

Sunderland’s managerial uncertainty could see them miss out on Lorient striker Benjamin Moukandjo, with West Brom also interested.

The Wearsiders are in the hunt for new striking options and have been linked with the 27-year-old Cameroon striker.

Moukandjo notched 13 goals in Ligue 1 last season, form which has also alerted Tony Pulis.

According to The Chronicle, Sunderland’s pursuit is complicated by impending exit of Sam Allardyce and the uncertainty over who will lead the Black Cats into the Premier League season.

Allardyce is set to be confirmed as the new England boss in the coming days, with only the amount of compensation Sunderland are due yet to be agreed.

Reports have suggested that David Moyes has been approached by Sunderland to take over but the club cannot afford to waste any tim eas they look to build a squad strong enough to avoid a repeat of last season’s relegation battle.

 

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Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about West Bromwich Albion | BBC 22 Jul 08:09

172,000 miles - Premier League on tour

Premier League teams will clock up about 172,413 miles in total during pre-season for friendlies and tours - BBC Sport lists them all.

ESPN FC - West Bromwich Albion News 21 Jul 23:03

Michy Batshuayi scores first goals for Chelsea in friendly victory

The FC panel discuss what Antonio Conte's top priorities should be ahead of his first season in charge at Stamford Bridge. Michy Batshuayi scored twice as Chelsea beat Atus Ferlach 8-0 in a friendly behind closed doors in Austria on Thursday. The match against the local side was not promoted but saw the Premier League cruise to victory before their preseason campaign shifts to the United States. Loic Remy recorded a hat trick while new signing Batshuayi scored his first goals in a Chelsea shirt. Pedroa also added a brace and John Obi Mikel scored the Blues' other goal. Salomon Rondon and Callum McManaman scored as West...

West Brom – teamtalk.com 21 Jul 20:33

All the transfer ins and outs in the Premier League this summer

ARSENAL

INS: Granit Xhaka (£33.8m, Borussia Monchengladbach), Takuma Asano (undisclosed, Sanfrecce Hiroshima), Rob Holding (£2m, Bolton)

OUTS: Mikel Arteta, Mathieu Flamini and Tomas Rosicky (all released), Isaac Hayden (£2.5m, Newcastle)

 

BOURNEMOUTH

INS: Lys Mousset (£5.4m, Le Havre), Emerson Hyndman (free, Fulham), Nathan Ake (loan, Chelsea), Lewis Cook (£7m, Leeds), Jordon Ibe (£15m, Liverpool)

OUTS: Lee Tomlin (undisc, Bristol City), Glenn Murray (loan, Brighton) Tommy Elphick (£3.6m, Aston Villa), Jayden Stockley (free, Aberdeen), Sylvain Distin, Stephane Zubar, Josh Carmichael, Josh Wakefield, Mason Walsh and Jon Muleba (all released).

 

BURNLEY

INS: Johann Berg Gudmundsson (£2m, Charlton), Nick Pope (£1m, Charlton)

OUTS: Joey Barton (free, Rangers), Matt Gilks (free, Rangers), Luke Conlan (free, Morecambe).

 

CHELSEA

INS: Michy Batshuayi (£33m, Marseille), N’Golo Kante (£32m, Leicester)

OUTS: Stipe Perica (£3m, Udinese), Nathan Ake (loan, Bournemouth), Nathan (loan, Vitesse), Lewis Baker (loan, Vitesse), Joao Rodriguez (loan, Santa Fe), Charly Musonda (loan, Real Betis), Mitchell Beeney (loan, Crawley), Reece Mitchell (free, Chesterfield), Marco Amelia, Tika Musonda and Kevin Wright (all released).

 

CRYSTAL PALACE

INS: Andros Townsend (£13m, Newcastle), Steve Mandanda (£3m Marseille), James Tomkins (£10m, West Ham)

OUTS: Dwight Gayle (£10m, Newcastle), David Gregory (free, Cambridge), Emmanuel Adebayor, Reise Allassani, Andreas Breimyr, Marouane Chamakh, Connor Dymond, Spencer Forte, Matthew George, David Gregory, Brede Hangeland, William Hoare, Christopher Kettings, Adrian Mariappa, Patrick McCarthy, Oliver Pain and Christian Scales (all released).

 

EVERTON

INS: Maarten Stekelenburg (undisclosed, Fulham)

OUTS: Tim Howard (free, Colorado Rapids), Aidan Graham, Tony Hibbert, Leon Osman, Steven Pienaar, Felipe Rohde, Jindrich Stanek and  Jordan Thorniley (all released).

 

HULL

INS: Jonathan Edwards (free, Peterborough),

OUTS: Max Clark (loan, Cambridge), Ben Clappison (free, York),

 

LEICESTER CITY

INS: Ron-Robert Zieler (£3m, Hannover), Luis Hernandez (free, Sporting Gijon), Nampalys Mendy (£13m, OGC Nice), Ahmed Musa (£16.6m, CSKA Moscow)

OUTS:  N’Golo Kante (£32m, Chelsea),Joe Dodoo (undisc, Rangers), Andrej Kramaric (undisclosed, Hoffenheim), Jacob Blyth (free, Motherwell),  Paul Konchesky (free, Gillingham), Kyle Bailey, Jack Barmby, Dean Hammond, Aaron Hassall, Michael Kelly, Keenan King, Jonathan Maddison, Harrison Panayiotou, Mark Schwarzer, Max Smith-Varnam and Ryan Watson (all released).

 

LIVERPOOL

INS: Sadio Mane (£34m, Southampton), Loris Karius (£4.7m, Mainz), Joel Matip (free, Schalke), Ragnar Klavan (£4.2m, Augsburg), Alex Manninger (free, Augsburg).

OUTS: Jordon Ibe (£15m, Bournemouth), Martin Skrtel (£5m, Fenerbahce), Jerome Sinclair (£4m, Watford), Jordan Rossiter (£250,000, Rangers), Joao Carlos Teixeira (£250,000, Porto), Tom Brewitt, Daniel Cleary, William Marsh, Ryan McLaughlin, Alex O’Hanlon, Kristof Polgar, Jose Enrique, Kolo Toure, Samed Yesil (all released).

 

MANCHESTER CITY

INS: Ilkay Gundogan (£20.3m, Borussia Dortmund), Nolito (£13.8m, Celta Vigo), Aaron Mooy (free, Melbourne City), Oleksandr Zinchenko (undisclosed, FC Ufa)

OUTS: Seko Fofane (£3.8m, Udinese), Jack Byrne (loan, Blackburn), Charlie Albinson, Martin Demichelis, Nathaniel Oseni, Sam Tattum, Richard Wright (all released).

 

MANCHESTER UNITED

INS: Eric Bailly (£30m, Villarreal), Zlatan Ibrahimovic (free, PSG), Henrikh Mkhitaryan (£26m, Borussia Dortmund)

OUTS: Ashley Fletcher (free, West Ham), Oliver Rathbone (free, Rochdale), George Dorrington, Nick Powell and Victor Valdes (all released).

 

MIDDLESBROUGH

INS: Viktor Fischer (£3.8m, Ajax), Bernardo Espinosa (free, Sporting Gijon), Marten de Roon, (£12m, Atalanta), Jordan McGhee (loan, Hearts), Victor Valdes (free, Manchester United), Antonio Barragan (undisc, Valencia), Alvaro Negredo (loan, Valencia)

OUTS: Jonathan Burn (loan, Kilmarnock), Rhys Williams (free, Perth Glory), Luke Coddington (free, Huddersfield), Jordan Jones (free, Kilmarnock), Jonathan Woodgate, Damia Abella and Andre Bennett (all released).

 

SOUTHAMPTON

INS: Nathan Redmond (£11m, Norwich), Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (£13m, Bayern Munich).

OUTS: Sadio Mane (£34m, Liverpool), Victor Wanyama (£11m, Tottenham), Graziano Pelle (£13m, Shandong Luneng), Juanmi (£2m, Real Sociedad), Jason McCarthy (loan, Walsall), William Britt, Kelvin Davis, Gaston Ramirez (all released).

 

STOKE CITY

INS: 

OUTS: Steven Sidwell (free, Brighton), Yusuf Coban (free, Hoffenheim), Mark Waddington (loan, Kilmarnock), Benjamin Barber, Edward Dryden, Bobby Moseley, Ryan O’Reilly, Peter Odemwingie, Petros Skapetis and Mason Watkins-Clark (all released).

 

SUNDERLAND

INS: 

OUTS: Emanuele Giaccherini (£2m, Napoli) Danny Graham (free, Blackburn), Martin Smith (free, Kilmarnock), Wes Brown, Steven Fletcher, Mikael Mandron, Liam Agnew and Steve Harper (all released).

 

SWANSEA CITY

INS: Leroy Fer (£4.75m, QPR), Mike van der Hoorn (undisclosed, Ajax), Mark Birighitti (free, Newcastle Jets)

OUTS: Alberto Paloschi (£5m, Atalanta), Eder (£4m, Lille), Raheem Hanley (free, Northampton), Kyle Bartley (loan, Leeds), Oliver Davies (loan, Kilmarnock), Matt Grimes (loan, Leeds), Daniel Alfei, Kyle Copp, James Demetriou, Stephen Fallon, Alexander Gogic, Henry Jones, Lee Lucas and Gareth Owen (all released).

 

TOTTENHAM

INS: Victor Wanyama (£11m, Southampton), Vincent Janssen (£18.6m, AZ Alkmaar).

OUTS: Christopher Paul (free, QPR), Emmanuel Sonupe (released).

 

WATFORD

INS: Jerome Sinclair (£4m, Liverpool), Christian Kabasele (£5.8m, Genk), Isaac Success (undisclosed, Granada), Juan Camilo Zuniga (loan, Napoli), Brice Dja Djedje (undisc, Marseille).

OUTS: Miguel Layun (£4m, Porto), William Byers, Josh Doherty, Joel Ekstrand, Uche Ikpeazu, James Johnson, Javion Martin, Ayitey Mensah Jnr, Thomas Simpson and Mac Young (all released).

 

WEST BROM

INS: Matt Phillips (undisclosed, QPR)

OUTS: Callam Jones (loan, Accrington), Victor Anichebe, Samir Nabi and Stephane Sessegnon (all released).

 

WEST HAM

INS: Manuel Lanzini (£9.4m, Al Jazira Club), Toni Martinez (£2.5m, Valencia), Havard Nordtveit (free, Borussia Monchengladbach), Domingos Quina (free, Benfica), Sofiane Feghouli (free, Valencia), Gokhan Tore (Besiktas, loan), Ashley Fletcher (free, Manchester United)

OUTS: Stephen Hendrie (loan, Blackburn), Elliot Lee (free, Barnsley), Antonio Brown, Alexander Chambers, Nathan Mavila, Lawrence Nasha and Martin O’Brien (all released).

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ESPN FC - West Bromwich Albion News 21 Jul 20:05

West Brom plan new bid for Leicester's Jeffrey Schlupp - sources

West Brom are not giving up on their pursuit of Jeffrey Schlupp. West Brom are planning a new bid for Leicester winger Jeffrey Schlupp after seeing their initial offer turned down, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC. Last week, the Baggies had made a £9 million bid for Schlupp as Tony Pulis looks to bolster his squad. Pulis has identified Schlupp as a top target as the versatile 23-year-old can play at left-back and on the left wing, making him a valuable addition to the squad. However, Leicester rejected West Brom's opening offer as they do not want to lose...

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about West Bromwich Albion | BBC 21 Jul 17:30

Big Sam's career in pictures

Sam Allardyce is the new England boss. Here is his life, and career, in pictures.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about West Bromwich Albion | BBC 21 Jul 00:11

Stoke offer West Brom £20m for Berahino

Stoke make an offer worth £20m to Premier League rivals West Brom for striker Saido Berahino.

West Brom – teamtalk.com 20 Jul 21:37

West Brom consider increased £10m bid for Leicester?s Schlupp

West Brom are considering making a second bid for Leicester defender Jeff Schlupp.

The Baggies have not given up hope of signing the Ghana international despite having a £9million bid rejected by the Foxes, it is understood.

Boss Tony Pulis wants to strengthen his options in wide areas at The Hawthorns and is searching for a recognised left-back. Jonny Evans finished the season in that position after Chris Brunt suffered a serious knee injury.

Leicester head into their first ever Champions League campaign with boss Claudio Ranieri reluctant to see his title-winning squad fall apart having already lost midfielder N’Golo Kante to Chelsea.

Finances are not a problem for the Baggies and a move would depend heavily on whether 23-year-old Schlupp, who can also play in midfield, would be happier as a squad player with the champions or playing regular football at The Hawthorns.

Schlupp, who scored in Leicester’s 2-1 pre-season win at Oxford on Tuesday, made 26 appearances for the Foxes last season but made just two starts after he suffered a hamstring injury in December, having lost his spot to Christian Fuchs.

 

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Meanwhile, a bid of £20million from Stoke – £17million up front with £3million in add-ons – remains on the table for striker Saido Berahino.

The Baggies will not let Berahino leave until a replacement is found with West Ham’s Diafra Sakho a target and the Hammers, like Albion, want reinforcements before sanctioning any move.

Manchester United striker James Wilson remains a possibility but any move would likely come towards the end of the window, should he still be available.

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West Brom – teamtalk.com 20 Jul 11:09

Sakho price rises as ?Palace join Sunderland & West Brom in race?

Crystal Palace are reportedly ready to rival West Brom and Sunderland in the race for Diafra Sakho – with the multiple interest in the West Ham striker set to send his price tag soaring.

The 26-year-old Senegal star has asked to leave the Hammers this summer after falling out with Slaven Bilic and with the club keen to bring in a marquee striker signing to mark their move to the Olympic Stadium.

The Hammers were initially thought to be seeking around £9million for the striker, but interest in the player from the Eagles is likely to send the price soaring to around the £14million mark, with Palace joining Sunderland, West Brom and Swansea in the race to sign him.

Palace are reportedly set to turn to Sakho after seeing their £25million bid for Christian Benteke rejected by Liverpool, while efforts to sign Saido Berahino from West Brom also look destined for failure amid reports Stoke are his most likely destination.

 

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West Ham, however, are adamant they will not allow Sakho, who has scored 15 goals in 43 appearances, to depart until they have brought in his replacement.

The Hammers are trying to sign AC Milan striker Carlos Bacca.

They are waiting for a response from the 29-year-old Colombian after making him a contract offer last week, though indications are that he will reject the move on the grounds that he wants to play for a team in the Champions League.

Sakho, on £30,000-a-week, has reportedly refused to travel with West Ham ’s squad for their pre-season training camp in Austria in a bid to speed up his departure.

 

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ESPN FC - West Bromwich Albion News 19 Jul 19:40

Goalkeeper Boaz Myhill signs new one-year contract with West Brom

Boaz Myhill has extended his contract with West Bromwich Albion. West Brom goalkeeper Boaz Myhill has agreed a one-year contract extension at The Hawthorns, the Premier League club have announced. The 33-year-old's new deal runs until the summer of 2018 and he will hope to make a century of appearances for the Baggies in that time having played in 78 games for them to date. Myhill, who has been with West Brom for the past six years having joined from Hull, enjoyed an extended run in the team last term due to a knee injury suffered by first-choice keeper Ben Foster.

West Brom – teamtalk.com 19 Jul 18:42

Myhill agrees one-year extension at West Brom

West Brom goalkeeper Boaz Myhill has extended his stay at The Hawthorns after the Baggies confirmed that he has signed a one-year extension.

The 33-year-old’s new deal runs until the summer of 2018 and he will hope to make a century of appearances for the Baggies in that time having played in 78 games for them to date.

Myhill, who has been with West Brom for the past six years having joined from Hull, enjoyed an extended run in the team last term due to a knee injury suffered by first-choice keeper Ben Foster.

He made 23 Premier League starts for Tony Pulis’ men as they finished 14th in the final standings.

“We’re delighted Boaz has agreed a contract extension and we’ve secured his services for an additional year,” Pulis said on West Brom’s official website.

“Boaz is a great professional and he provides good competition for Ben.”

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