West Bromwich Albion will demand a £20million transfer fee for goalkeeper Sam Johnstone this summer if they fail to avoid relegation from the Premier League, according to The Telegraph.
The Baggies were held to a 1-1 draw at the Hawthorns last night against Wolverhampton Wanderers which left manager Sam Allardyce admitting that they need a miracle to retain their top flight status (Times).
They are currently ten points behind Newcastle United who occupy seventeenth place in the table with just four games of the current campaign remaining and face Arsenal, Liverpool, West Ham and Leeds United in their upcoming fixtures.
The report claims that Johnstone has emerged as a target for Tottenham Hotspur, while there is also interest from West Ham and former club Manchester United.
Tottenham’s current number one Hugo Lloris has been linked with a potential reunion with Mauricio Pochettino at Paris Saint-Germain and will enter the final year of his contract in North London this summer (Football Insider).
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