Sky Bet Championship side West Bromwich Albion are reportedly interested in signing Crawley Town defender David Sesay.
The 20-year old has hugely impressed during his brief spell in West Sussex – the right-back signed for the League Two side from Watford in September and has caught the eye after a string of impressive performances for the Red Devils.
Mason Holgate has been a solid addition at right-back for Albion since he arrived on loan from Everton in January, but Darren Moore will need to find a long-term replacement for the defender if they failed to tie him down to a permanent deal.
Here, we discuss whether Sesay would be a good signing for Albion…
“I think Sesay could be a very good signing for West Brom.
“Having watched him play on more than one occasion this season, it’s clear that he loves to go forward, but is also very comfortable when defending one-on-one.
“He has decent pedigree having come through the ranks at Watford, and he could be a perfect long-term option for the Baggies.”
“It would certainly be a signing for the future.
“Sesay is only 20 and Darren Moore is more than happy to give youth their chance at the Hawthorns.
“I think it could turn out to be a great signing, but only if he is given the time to improve and the chances needed in the first team.
“There would be no harm in this summer signing.”
“He could be a useful addition.
“They could do with more depth in defensive areas and Sesay would certainly do that for the remainder of the season.
“It would address a problem position.”