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West Brom player’s stance revealed amid reported Rangers interest

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Rayhaan Tulloch is open to staying at West Bromwich Albion amid speculation linking the striker with a move away from the Hawthorns, according to the Daily Mail.

The young forward has caught the eye after a string of impressive performances for the under-23’s side, scoring nine goals and adding a further four assists in 14 Premier League 2 matches.

That form has alerted Slaven Bilic this season, with the 19-year-old making two first-team appearances against Charlton Athletic and West Ham United in the FA Cup.

Tulloch’s deal at the Hawthorns expires at the end of the season, and his future looks uncertain with the likes of Rangers being linked with the forward’s signature of late.

The Athletic have claimed that, due to Tulloch’s personal demands, a new deal is unlikely to be agreed, but contrasting reports from the Daily Mail now claim otherwise.

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The report claims that player and his representatives are more realistic in their demands, and more talks are set to take place over a potential new deal.

West Brom beat Bristol City by three goals to nil at the weekend, taking them nine points clear of third place in the Championship table.

The Verdict

West Brom should definitely be looking to tie Tulloch down to a new deal as it would be a real blow to lose him.

If Nathan Ferguson leaves for free along with Tulloch, then that would be two talented young players they are losing for absolutely nothing.

He’s a player who Bilic clearly rates, but agents play a huge part in transfer deals nowadays and they could prove to be a stumbling block.


Nottingham-based journalist who regularly covers Nottingham Forest home and away.

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