After thumping seven past QPR at The Hawthorns on Saturday, it may appear that West Brom’s squad is fit and ready to compete for a promotion campaign this season.
However, the sale of Allan Nyom has created a right-back shaped hole in their team, with natural centre-back Tosin Adarabioyo currently covering the position.
West Brom now sit third in the Championship table, and manager Darren Moore has the squad gelling as he would want.
Reports are now suggesting that Moore would like to add Kyle Walker-Peters to his roster for the duration of the 2018/19 season.
The young English right-back is highly thought of at Tottenham, but still sits behind Kieran Trippier and Serge Aurier in the pecking order.
With such experience stacked in his way to the first team line up, Walker-Peters could be condemned to the occasional cup or bench appearance this season in North London.
A West Brom move could provide the player with the first team football that he needs under his belt to succeed in the Premier League with Spurs, not to mention that he could be the much-needed plug to the hole in West Brom’s team.
Would this be a good deal for all involved?
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