Okay Yokuslu is unlikely to be reaming at the Hawthorns this summer but there is still some hope he might decide to return after he told figures at West Brom how much he liked his time at the club, according to The Athletic.
The midfielder was brought into the Hawthorns in the winter window on a loan deal until the end of the campaign. Yokuslu went on to be a key performer for the Baggies in the Premier League helping them become more competitive and making 16 appearances in total.
It has already been revealed by the midfield, as reported in the Express and Star, that he is wanting to potentially make a return to the Premier League this summer. Although he admitted that he does not know yet what the future will hold for him with him returning to Celta Vigo now following his loan at West Brom.
There have also been reports that Leeds United are one of the teams that are vying for his potential signature this summer as they look to enhance their options in the middle of the park. The same report outlined that it is expected he will be attracting a lot of potential suitors this summer.
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According to the latest report from The Athletic, Yokuslu is unlikely to be remaining at West Brom this summer due to the amount of interest in him from elsewhere.
However, it is believed that there is still some hope he might return after it was learned he remarked to figures at the club how much he enjoyed his spell at the Hawthorns.
This update does offer a little bit of encouragement for the Baggies, and the midfielder might well feel that it would be a good move for him to return somewhere he feels valued and where he could be a key player next term and beyond. Yokuslu is arguably a class above the Championship, so it would be a major coup for West Brom to re-sign him.
The midfielder is unsurprisingly attracting a lot of potential interest heading into the summer window. That is always likely to happen after he displayed a strong of impressive performances at the Hawthorns in the Premier League. It would be a major surprise if someone like Leeds did not come in for him and take away the Baggies’ chance of re-signing him.
However, there is still hope for West Brom by the sounds of this latest update. It would of course all depend on who they were to bring in as manager to replace the departing Sam Allardyce who took the midfielder to the Hawthorns. Whoever that is though would surely appreciate having a player with the midfielder’s ability in their squad.