It has been yet another busy week for Albion in the world of transfer speculation, with the club being linked to an eclectic mix of players across European football.

A certain focus has been on players in the Turkish league, with Adem Ljajic, Domagoj Vida, Ozan Tufan and Vedat Muriqi all having been linked with the Baggies this month.

We know that the board intend on making four to five signings this summer, so it is only a matter of time before players are officially announced; but for now, these are the players that Albion have been linked with so far this week.

Albion holds talk with Brighton over Shane Duffy

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We reported yesterday evening that West Brom had held talks with Brighton over centre-back Shane Duffy.

The 28-year-old would be a solid addition to the squad, bringing Premier League experience and the no-nonsense style of play that Bilic loves his defenders to have.

He’s valued at £8.5m by Transfermrkt but with Brighton in no rush to sell, they could push his asking price closer to £10m, as they know how much the Baggies want the Republic of Ireland international.

West Brom enter the race for Callum Wilson

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With Slaven Bilic eager to bolster his side’s attacking options this season, Callum Wilson could definitely be a player who finds himself on Albion’s radar.

However, Bournemouth are understood to want around £20m for the 28-year-old, which is a hefty chunk of the Baggies’ transfer budget gone on one player.

Therefore it looks unlikely that Wilson will be at the Hawthorns before the transfer window is over, but you never know.

West Brom discuss a transfer fee for Domagoj Vida; both parties seem to agree on €5m price tag

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Discussions over centre-back Domagoj Vida seem to be progressing nicely, according to recent reports, with Besiktas responding well to the Baggies’ proposal of a €5m transfer fee.

Vida can also be deployed as right-back, which would make him a very useful player to have, being able to plug gaps when necessary, but even more likely the Croatia international will be in the starting eleven from the get-go.