Newcastle United: Freddie Woodman

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The young keeper will face stiff competition from Martin Dubravka for the No. 1 spot on Tyneside and it is likely the latter will maintain his position.

Woodman, who spent last season on loan in South Wales with Swansea, appears to be a more than capable shotstopper.

As Albion are in the market for a goalkeeper, Woodman may be an option; however, the board might look at cheaper options like David Marshall from Wigan, Joe Hart on a free and Steve Bunda from Swansea, in order to provide competition for Sam Johnstone and Alex Palmer.

Sheffield United: Callum Robinson

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Callum Robinson is in a difficult position right now — torn between wanting to make a name for himself at his parent club and prove the doubters wrong, or alternatively heading to The Hawthorns for a fresh start.

He could become a West Brom player for around £7m, and given that Sheffield United won’t need a large squad after missing out on European football, they may be open to moving Robinson on.

Southampton: Fraser Forster

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The 6’7 goalkeeper revitalised his career with a loan to Celtic last season, and as competition for Sam Johnstone, the 32-year-old could be an extremely capable addition.

Forster is behind Gunn and McCarthy in the pecking order and so may leave for a better opportunity elsewhere this summer.

Tottenham Hotspur: Jack Clarke

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The former Leeds winger may look for another loan spell to gain first team football, and if Albion fail to sign their primary options on the wide front then Clarke could be a decent back-up option.

However he may lack the experience necessary to make the step up to the Premier League, having only made 27 appearances in his career so far for Leeds and QPR in the Championship.