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WBA Transfer Window - Final Day
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The 2018 January transfer window opens January 1st and closes 11PM on Wednesday 31st January.  

 
RIP Cyrille Regis
 

So far:
Out – Tyler Roberts (Leeds United)

In – Ahmed Hegazi (loan made permanent)
In – Ali Gabr (Loan with option to buy)
In – Daniel Sturridge (loan to end of season)

Rumours so far:
(Not a comprehensive list so contributions backed up with links please)
INCOMING
Keepers:
In – None

Jonathan Bond (Reading) – (30 Jan, The72) – WBA v Derby
Sam Johnstone (Man Utd) – (01 Jan, Daily Express) – Brought back from Villa loan - £4m
Iker Casillas (Porto) – (28 Dec, HITC) – Agent approached West Brom
Gone/Missed:
None
 
Defenders:
In – Ali Gabr (Zamalek SC) – On Loan for season with Permanent deal option

In – Ahmed Hegazi (signs permanent deal to summer 2022)
Ben Wilmot (Stevenage) – (22 Jan, Sportsmole) – WBA and Arsenal looking
Michael Lang (Basel) – (18 Jan, HITC) – In talks to sign goal scoring defender
Arden Flint (Bristol City) – (13 Jan, Brum Mail) - Alternative to Evans denied
Dimitrios Siovas (Leganes) – (12 Jan, ReadWestBrom) – A number of UK Clubs interested
Conor Coady (Wolves) – (11 Jan, The72) – Also Newcastle interested
Mathieu Debuchy (Arsenal) – (06 Jan, Express) – Fed up of bit part and wants move
Glen Johnson (Stoke) – 28 Dec, HITC) – Nominal fee would get him
Gone/Missed:
None
  
Midfielders:
In – None

Andre Schurrle (Dortmund) – (23 Jan, DailyMail) – Potential loan!
Lazar Markovic (Liverpool) – (25 Jan, HITC) – Rumour of interest
Tom Cairney (Fulham) – (15 Jan, Brum Post) – Reportedly about to place bid
Charly Musonda (Chelsea) – (14 Jan, Madabout) – Possible loan
Calum Chambers (Arsenal) – (11 Jan, HITC) – Possible exchange for Evans
Yannis Salibar (Guingamp) – (01 Jan, HITC) – Attacking midfielder
Josef de Souza (Fenerbahce) – (28 Dec, Sportwitness) – Manager blocks West Brom Offer
Rodrigo Battaglia (Sporting Lisbon) – (28 Dec, HITC) – Record bid rejected
Rajiv van La Parra (Huddersfield) – (28 Dec, HITC) – Links to winger
Okay Yokuslu (Trabzonspor) – (08 Nov,Turkish-Football) – Locked in negotiations but a TP deal
Gone/Missed:
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (Spurs to Burnley Loan) |

Strikers
In – Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool) – Loan until end of season

Sandro (Everton) – (26 Jan, HITC) – Potentially available
Benik Afobe (Bournemouth) – (23 Jan, SkySports) – Ex Wolves striker interest
Ahmed Musa (Leicester) – (15 Jan, ReadWestBrom) – Out of favour
Khouma Babacar (Fiorentina) – (CroydonAdvisor) – Palace leading on this
Odion Ighalo (Changchun Yatai) – (12 Jan, Brum Mail) – Wants to come back to Premier League
Troy Deeney (Watford) – (12 Jan, Brum Mail) – Linked again
Hugo Rodallega (Trabzonspor) – (12 Jan, ReadWestBrom) – 5m Euro bid made!
Diafra Sakho (West Ham) – (11 Jan, Brum Mail) – Competing with Palace for him
Oumar Niasse (Everton) – (9 Jan, Daily Mail) – Palace and Brighton also interested
Leigh Griffiths (Celtic) – (06 Jan, Brum Mail) – Revisit rumour
Firmin Ndombe (Rennes) – (29 Dec, Clubcall) – Pardew reported to be interested
Edwin Gyasi (Aalesund) – (01 Jan, HITC) – Risky business
Danny Ings (Liverpool) – (28 Dec, Empireofthekop) – West Brom considering loan approach
Alexsander Mitrovic (Newcastle) – (28 Dec, Brum Mail) – Player keen for a move away
Karl Toko Ekambi (Angers) – (28 Dec, ReadWestBrom) – Player keen to move
Richmond Boakye (Red Star Belgrade) – (28 Dec, ReadWestBrom) – WBA Interest, they say.
Gone/Missed:
None
 
Going Going Gone
Going: Gregorz Krychowiak – Improved under Pardew and might stay
Going: Jonny Evans – Now looking like we will hold onto hom
Gone:  Tyler Roberts – Leeds Utd are about to sign him
Going: Salomon Rondon – Liverpool and Everton apparently fighting over him!
Going: Claudio Yacob – Rumour that he might go home to Racing Club

International Duty Watch
Argentina: Yacob
Belgium: Chadli

Cameroon: Nyom
Egypt: Hegazi, Gabr

England: Livermore, Dawson, Foster, Rodriguez, Sturridge
N. Ireland: Brunt, Evans, McAuley
Poland: Krychowiak

Republic of Ireland: McClean
Scotland: Burke, Morrison, Phillips
Turkey: Hegazy

Venezuela: Rondon
Wales: Myhill, Robson-Kanu
 
Current 2016/17 West Bromwich Albion Squad
(Shirt numbers go up to 50. We have 19 shirt numbers to allocate. Squad includes Premiership 25 and Under 21's. HG denotes Home Grown)
Youth Players not in the squad are detailed in WBA-1996's
Official Development XI Thread
Unallocated shirt numbers based on vacancies and those known to be leaving are: 12, 15,  21, 24, 27, 30, 31, 32, 33, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 41, 42, 43, 48
 
Premiership Squad of 21 (allowance 25)
Goalkeepers:
01 Ben Foster (HG) - Contract expires June 2019
13 Boaz Myhill (HG) - Contract extended to June 2018
 
Defenders:

02 Allan Nyom – Contract expires June 2020
03 Kieran Gibbs – Contract expires June 2020
06 Jonny Evans – Contract expires June 2021

16 Ali Gabr – Loan with option to buy in Summer
23 Gareth McAuley - Contract extended to June 2018
25 Craig Dawson (HG) - Contract extended to June 2020

26 Ahmed Hegazy – Signed – Contract expires June 2022
 
Midfielders:
05 Claudio Yacob – Contract expires June 2017 (plus 1yr option)
07 James Morrison (HG) – Extended contract to June 2018
08 Jake Livermore – Contract expires 2021
10 Matt Phillips – Contract expires June 2020
11 Chris Brunt (HG) – Contract extended to June 2018
14 James McClean – Contract expires 2019 (Plus 1yr option)
17 Oliver Burke – Contract expires 2023

18 Gareth Barry – Contract expires 2019
20 Grzegorz Krychowiak  – Season long loan
22 Nacer Chadli Contract expires June 2020
28 Sam Field - Contract expires June 2018
 
Forwards:

nn Daniel Sturridge – Loan until end of season
04 Hal Robson-Kanu Contract extended to June 2020
09 Salomon Rondon – Contract expires June 2020
19 Jay Rodriguez – Contract expires 2021
29 Yuning Zhang – On loan for 2 seasons to Werder Bremen e.g. back summer 2019
45 Jonathan Leko – Contract expires June 2019 – On loan to Bristol City!
 
Under 21s: (Allocated shirt numbers)
34 Rekeem Harper (Midfielder) – Season long loan to Blackburn Rovers
40 Alex Palmer (Keeper)
44 Tyler Roberts (Striker) – Season long loan to Walsall (Contract expires June 2018)
46 Shaun Donnellan (Defender)
49 Kane Wilson (Defender) – Contract expires June 2019 – Loan to Exeter until January

50 Dara O’Shea – Loaned out
 
Transfer Window Definition:
There are two transfer windows in each Barclays Premier League season.
·     The first starts at midnight on last day of the closing season and ends 31 August if a working day - or, if not, on the first working day thereafter, at a time determined by the Board.
·     The second starts at midnight on the 31 December and ends 31 January if a working day, and again, if not, on the first working day thereafter, at a time determined by the Board.
 
Loans (Temporary Transfers):
·     Only 2 season long loans are possible from other domestic leagues (and only 1 from any given club).
·     But they can have limitless International loans
·     In the
Premier League, players on loan are not permitted to play against the team which holds their registration (section 7.2 of rule M.6).
·     Loanees are, however, allowed to play against their 'owning' clubs in cup competitions, unless they have played for their owning club in that cup during that season.
·     Temporary transfers can be made permanent outside of the transfer windows
 
Home Grown Player: A player who, irrespective of his nationality or age, has been registered with any club affiliated to The Football Association or The Football Association of Wales for a period, continuous or not, of 3 seasons or 36 months prior to his 21st birthday (or the end of the season during which he turns 21) and for the purposes of this definition of “Home Grown Player” a season will be deemed to commence on the date on which the first transfer window closes and expire on the date of the final league match of the season
 
Disclaimer: Guys, this is just a collection of what I have seen and read. It is not necessarily the truth or indeed all the data out there.
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OK - As there is already speculation I decided to start this earlier than usual. I have added the few obvious links I have spotted today and will update the player contract expiry dates - Olson, Jacob, McAuley and Fletcher are all summer risks unless they have extended contracts and I have missed it.
Feel free to remind me of anything missing or incorrect - I only add them if there is a newspaper or website link (even if they are 'fake news').
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Thanks, Stairs. This is always a really useful thread (although it's also always really frustrating by the end of the window!).
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#4
Just a question
I thought the window opened the first of July,
I know people are out of contract in June but i didn't think we could officially announce signings until the 1st July ?
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(18-03-2017, 01:12)Beefy 1965 Wrote: Just a question
I thought the window opened the first of July,
I know people are out of contract in June but i didn't think we could officially announce signings until the 1st July ?
Like every year the summer window officially opens on July 1 (my bad and corrected), but players, agents and clubs will be discussing contract terms and final fees long before then.
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Simon Kjaer - Defender. http://readwestbrom.com/2017/03/19/simon...om-target/
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Milan Skriniar.


http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/877289062?-11200:789:0
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West Brom boss Tony Pulis will be offered a new contract at the end of the season. (Daily Telegraph)

DD Angry Angry
Ubique.
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(21-03-2017, 01:32)Dingle-Dingle Wrote: West Brom boss Tony Pulis will be offered a new contract at the end of the season. (Daily Telegraph)

DD  Angry  Angry

...are you meaning SIR Tony Pulis, DD? Huh
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Alex Oxlaide-Chamberlain (Arsenal) they say we are favourites to take him this summer!

If he did he'd have to improve on his defending skills Laugh
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