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West Brom plotting move for Sheffield United player currently on loan in the EFL



West Bromwich Albion are interested in signing Sheffield United defender Rhys Norrington-Davies, according to Football Insider.

Norrington-Davies is currently spending time on loan in the Championship with Luton Town, after leaving Bramall Lane in search of regular game time in September.

The 21-year-old – who spent the 2018/19 campaign on loan with Barrow and 2019/20 with Rochdale – is yet to make a first-team appearances for the Blades since coming through the ranks.

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The full-back has been a regular for Luton Town this season, though, making nine appearances in the Championship and registering one assist.

According to Football Insider, Norrington-Davies is on West Brom’s radar, as Slaven Bilic looks to strengthen his squad in the January transfer window.

Albion are yet to win a game since returning to the Premier League, and have struggled to adapt to life back in the top-flight after a two-year absence.

Norrington-Davies is on loan at Kenilworth Road for the 2020/21 campaign, but it remains to be seen whether a view to a permanent move away could affect his future.

The Verdict

Norrington-Davies has enjoyed an impressive couple of years, making his debut for Wales and working his way up the EFL.

He was impressive in League One for Rochdale last season, and it doesn’t surprise me to see him equip himself well in the Championship this term.

He is a talented wing-back who is good in both attack and defence, and he could be a good long-term replacement for Kieran Gibbs in January.

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

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