Chelsea: Michy Batshuayi

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Although this seems an unlikely addition, the Belgian forward is looking to leave Stamford Bridge after the signing of Timo Werner, so could potentially end up at The Hawthorns if an offer was made to Chelsea for him.

Batshuayi is still only 26, has a year remaining on his deal in London and might be available for a cut-price fee or perhaps a loan deal.

Fellow newcomers Leeds United have reportedly enquired about the availability of his services and Albion could realistically consider doing the same as the Baggies are hunting for a striker to bolster their attacking options this season.


Crystal Palace: Martin Kelly

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Following Crystal Palace’s signing of West Brom’s talented youngster, Nathan Ferguson, Albion may try to poach defender Martin Kelly in return.

Kelly, who has been valued at £2.9m, can play centre-back or, more commonly, right-back and could be used if Albion choose to revert Dara O’Shea to his natural centre-back position.

The 30-year-old Kelly has long been a target for the Baggies and he may not receive the game time he desires in the Premier League after the signing of Ferguson, which could make it easier to lure him away from Selhurst Park.

With 19 appearances for Roy Hodgson’s side so far this season, Kelly is a capable defender who could be a useful addition to West Brom’s backline.


Everton: Muhamed Besic

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The German-born Bosnian midfielder spent last season on loan at Bramall Lane and at Middlesbrough the season prior.

Over the last two seasons he has made over 60 appearances and has been highly rated by many Blades fans.

Besic could be seen as a capable midfield option if other targets, like Ozan Tufan, don’t materialise.

Although valued at £4.2m, Besic may cost the Baggies more as they are the direct opposition to Everton in the Premier League.


Fulham: Andre Frank Zambo Anguissa

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The Cameroonian midfielder has spent the last season in Spain with Villareal, playing 36 games for the team that finished fifth in La Liga.

Anguissa featured in twenty-five matches during for Fulham during their last Premier League campaign and a switch to the Hawthorns may be a smart move for all parties: Fulham receive a fee for a player who doesn’t seem to want to be at the club and Albion get a midfielder who has played over 100 games for Marseille.

However, this transfer is less likely than the others on this list due to the fee he may cost.