For next season the football club West Bromwich Albion have already come up with quite ambitious transfer plans. In their opinion, an early start will provide them with a real edge over wealthier counterparts. That’s what reporters have just learned from Tony Pulis, the Premier League club’s manager on Friday. A bunch of promising players have been linked with the club. For instance, these are Gent’s Nigeria winger Moses Simon, Udinese’s Czech midfielder Jakub Jankto as well as Sporting’s Portugal anchorman William Carvalho.
Pulis has revealed that they’re actually working on plans for next year. Putting things in place – that’s what they’re currently working on, as staying behind the ball is an extremely undesirable thing for them. The club hopes to succeed in targeting players as early as possible. He added that the key to a perfect transfer is to have the required folks targeted. West Bromwich Albion can’t afford spending money on targeting those who can’t bring them the desired wins.