West Ham United: Grady Diangana

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The most obvious inclusion on this list, Diangana may return to The Hawthorns after Slaven Bilic pleaded with the Albion board for them to sign the 22-year-old permanently, but West Ham realistically look set to hold onto him for another season at least.

After a great promotion-winning campaign with the Albion in his first season, fans would undoubtedly want Diangana back in the stripes.

However, David Moyes is understood to be keen on using Diangana in his first team plans; but that being said, if the Hammers do indeed have to sell players in order to buy, Diangana could be sold to fund the likes of Eberechi Eze, who West Ham have been heavily linked to this summer.

Wolves: Morgan Gibbs-White

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Gibbs-White looks to be out of favour at Molineux and has been for a while — could the Baggies give the player a lifeline?

He is a box-to-box midfielder, which would suit what Albion need, however we doubt that Nuno will sell or loan any of his players to a local rival.

There aren’t going to be many players that cross the divide but Gibbs-White could be a real option if Wolves were willing to sell.

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