West Brom are reportedly going to make more signings by the end of the transfer window. Steve Bruce wants to improve the squad.
The club are going to be strong candidates in the promotion race. However, they will need to spend money and improve the existing squad.
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West Brom have been busy this summer transfer window. They have made impressive additions in the form of Jed Wallace and John Swift on free transfers. The Baggies hugely underperformed last season. They were almost pulled in the relegation dogfight. However, it seems they are looking to remove the risk of that this season by making some smart signings.
They must try to make some more signings by the end of the window. The club would like to end the window with some great additions to the team. West Bromwich Albion are currently scouting the loan market. The club are looking for a striker till Daryl Dike returns from injury. The loan will also help manager Steve Bruce stretch the transfer budget as much as possible.
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West Brom are also due some parachute payments. They will still get parachute payments for a couple of years. However, eyes will be on the club to spend the money wisely. EFL Championship is one of the toughest leagues. Hence, you need to spend the money smartly rather than just throwing the money around in the transfer market.
The club have impressed in draws against Middlesbrough and Watford. However, they are yet to win this season which does not go down well with the fans for long. So, the club will need to pick up victories sooner than later. Football Pundit Carlton Palmer said, “Steve (Bruce) said that he hasn’t finished his business, he would like to bring in a couple more players.
The squad does look good to survive comfortably in the Championship. However, there will be a tendency among the clubs to add some finishing touches and react to rivals in the final weeks of the window. The situation at West Brom looks set to be no different from others.
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