Sport West Brom could be set to lose Kieran Gibbs

21:40  05 june  2018
21:40  05 june  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Three Premier League sides looking to land Rondon

  Three Premier League sides looking to land Rondon Three Premier League sides have shown an interest in striker Salomon Rondon, according to the Mirror. Following relegation to the Championship, it looks increasingly likely that West Brom are to lose their star striker, who has a £16m buy-out clause, with Chelsea, West Ham and Tottenham all showing an interest in the 28-year-old. The Venezuelan scored 11 goals and assisted three last season, but this contribution wasn’t enough to keep the Baggies in the top flight of English football. Rondón’s style of play includes threat from set-pieces and the ability to compete in the air. Therefore, these characteristics would certainly see him fit in at any of the interested clubs, with a considerably cheap price tag on his head due to the release clause. Manager Darren Moore is trying to keep his squad together, but it appears more likely that Rondón, along with Jonny Evans and Kieran Gibbs, is set to leave the club this summer.

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Unfortunately for the West Brom -faithful, Manolo Gabbiadini latched onto a rebounded shot from Charlie Austin to fire home just minutes after entering the fray as a sub. After a hard season - on and off the pitch - Southampton are set to end it on a high.

West Brom could be set to lose Kieran Gibbs this summer, according to a report from the Mirror.

The left-back has only been at the Hawthorns for one season but it seems he could be set to seek pastures new, with the Baggies having been consigned to relegation last season.

Gibbs was recruited from Arsenal and was one of West Brom’s better performers in what was a catastrophic season as the club succumbed to the drop.

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However, it seems his form hasn’t gone unnoticed, with the Mirror claiming that a host of Premier League clubs are contemplating a swoop for the England international.

Evans backed for top-six Premier League move

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The Baggies are likely to lose several first-team players this summer with the likes of Salomon Rondon, James McClean and Jake Livermore having already been linked with exits.

Gibbs’ Premier League experience is sure to be an attractive quality to potential suitors and it seems West Brom will struggle to retain the left-back’s services beyond this summer.

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West Brom interested in Armstrong swoop .
West Brom are showing an interest in Celtic midfielder Stuart Armstrong, who looks set to move on this summer. The club are willing to cash in on Armstrong, who has made it clear that he will not be signing a new contract with the Scottish giants. Armstrong’s deal expires at the end of next season and Celtic are concerned that they will lose him on a free transfer. According to The Daily Record, Celtic are looking to avoid that scenario by offering him to interested clubs in the next few months. The report claims that Crystal Palace, Brighton and Southampton have joined West Brom in their interest. However, Armstrong failed to make a big impact at Celtic Park last season, only starting 15 league games for the club. The Scottish international is keen on a move to the Premier League.

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