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Arsenal's new director of football Richard Garlick has set his sights on signing Norwich City forward Emiliano Buendia.
West Brom have revealed their plans for life in the Championship should they be forced to relegation this campaign. A club spokesman has told reporters that they will not need to sell their star players to compensate for a lack of Premier League revenue.
West Bromwich Albion have exercised the option in Chris Brunt and Graham Dorrans' contracts and signed the players on a new deal for a further season.
Spanish coach Pepe Mel has parted company with West Bromwich Albion. The manager joined the club mid-season replacing Steve Clarke but has struggled to reverse the fortunes of the club.
Sunderland midfielder Craig Gardner is reportedly considered a top transfer target for West Bromwich Albion's new manager Pepe Mel in the winter transfer window.
West Bromwich Albion have sacked their manager Steve Clarke following a string of poor performances from the club and have placed him on " gardening leave ".
West Bromwich Albion forward Saido Berahino has signed a new contract extension with the Baggies until 2017. Chelsea and Arsenal were amongst the teams linked with the highly rated youngster.
West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Clarke will sit down with club chairman Richard Garlick in the New Year to discuss a new contract at the Hawthorns. Albion fans are hopeful that Clarke will pen a new deal at the club after guiding WBA to a strong Premier League finish last year.
Question marks over the long term future of striker Nicolas Anelka have been put to rest. It had been reported that the French striker would be looking to quit from football.
Premier League side West Bromwich Albion assistant head coach Kevin Keen told his club website that they are in the look out for new faces in the transfer market.
Swedish international forward Markus Rosenberg will quit West Bromwich Albion this summer as there appears to be a flurry of interest from the likes of German sides Wolfsburg and Hertha Berlin, as well as Dutch team Feyenoord.