West Brom’s Allan Nyom could be heading closer towards an exit amid interest from Getafe, according to Portuguese outlet Fichajes.
The right-back is thought to be surplus to requirements under Slaven Bilic, and is expected to be sold this summer.
Nyom spent last season on loan at Leganes and impressed in La Liga, sparking interest from Getafe, who could make West Brom a permanent offer for his services.
The 31-year-old has made 67 appearances for The Baggies since joining in 2016, most of which came in the Premier League, which suggests he could be a useful player to have in the Championship.
However, he has played at the top level for much of his career and has previously enjoyed spells in Spain, so it is possible that he is trying to push through a move.
He only has a year left remaining on his contract so West Brom may want to cash in on him whilst they still have the opportunity.
A fee, combined with money saved from his wages, would allow the club to bring in an adequate replacement.
Nyom has become something of a forgotten man at West Brom and it is best for both parties that he leaves The Hawthorns this summer.
He is a good player to have at Championship level and would do a good job for Bilic’s side next season if he was committed to the club, but if he wants to leave then the club should do what it can to sell him.
His departure would allow Bilic to bring in a young and hungry player eager to impress, and allow the new boss to start shaping the squad to his liking.