West Brom are expected to sell defender Allan Nyom in the summer transfer window, The Express and Star have reported.
The right back, who joined The Baggies from Watford in the summer of 2016, has made a total of 67 appearances in all competitions for the Midlands side, but spent the vast majority of this season on loan in the Spanish top flight with Leganes, where he made 25 appearances in all competitions to help his temporary side to a 13th place finish in La Liga.
Although Nyom is now set to return to The Hawthorns following the end of his loan in Spain, but it could be a short return to the Midlands, with The Baggies expected to try and sell him in the summer.
It is thought that the fact that Nyom has just 12 months remaining on his contract at The Hawthorns means that the club are keen to sell him in this window in order to receive a fee for the 31-year-old.
As of yet, no clubs appear to have been linked with Nyom in the current transfer window.
This feels like a surprising move for West Brom.
With the likes of Tosin Adaribayo and Mason Holgate seeing their West Brom loans expire at the end of last season, and with speculation around the future of Kieran Gibbs remaining, it seems a strange stance for West Brom to take with Nyom.
The full back also has plenty of top flight experience under his belt, not least in helping Leganes to stay in La Liga last season, so you would have thought he would still have been backed to do a job at The Hawthorns next season.
You feel The Baggies must have something else up their sleeve in order to allow this to go ahead.