In spite of the fact that the last Nigerian player to wore West Brom hues was not exceptionally incredible going by the club’s history with Africans, the Baggies are said to be eyeing a summer move for Leicester City and Super Eagles forward Ahmed Musa.
Ideye failed to lead the Baggies attack despite the huge money West Brom lavished on the former Dynamo Kiev forward, becoming the club’s record signing for a fee reported as £10 million scoring just four times in 24 appearances for the Baggies.
According to reports, WBA are enthusiastic about Ahmed Musa but their interest for Leeds United left-back Charlie Taylor has cooled.
After a respectable 10th place finish last season, The Baggies end up living in agreeable mid-table obscurity – untied of those sides challenging for Europe but clear of those fighting for survival. The Baggies have an enormous task
Tony Pulis is frantic to reinforce his forward line in the transfer window as he only has Salomon Rondon, Hal Robson-Kanu and Jonathan Leko available to him looking forward to next season. He has as of now been linked with a few strikers.
As announced in the Birmingham Mail, the Baggies wants to concentrate their attention on signing another striker and furthermore reinforcing their centre-back which is the reason Taylor is to a lesser extent a priority.
Subsequent to discover that Musa wants to stay in the Premier League, and would be interested in a move far from the King Power Stadium, Albion are presently weighing up a summer move for the 24-year-old.
Musa would command an expense fee of around £15million but Leicester still hopes to recover a significant part of the £18million that they lash out for him the previous summer from CSKA Moscow.