London - Manager of West Bromwich Albion Tony Pulis has
confirmed the club will listen to offers for the Nigeria striking duo of Brown
Ideye and Victor Anichebe, following the 12 million pounds record signing of
The Baggies now have five strikers in their ranks and Pulis
was unequivocal in stressing the Nigerians are the most likely to move on,
despite Saido Berahino being the most sought after with reports of a 25 million
pounds bid from Tottenham Hotspurs for the forward.
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“People will look at Victor (Anichebe) and Brown (Ideye) and
think they have to move on, but they have wanted to play more regular football
anyway,” said Pulis.
“Bringing Salomon in, does it hasten their move from the
club? We’ll have to wait and see.”
Ideye was a subject of a bid from a Middle East team, but
after the move fell through he ended up being a fan favorite as his goals were
pivotal in helping them beat the drop.
Both players were on the bench for West Brom in their
opening premier league game against Manchester City, with Anichebe coming on as
a substitute in the second half.For
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