Sport West Brom are interested in Greek international defender

01:05  12 january  2018
01:05  12 january  2018 Source:

WATCH: Pardew & McKinlay's war of words

  WATCH: Pardew & McKinlay's war of words West Brom manager Alan Pardew was involved in an angry exchange with West Ham assistant manager Billy McKinlay as tempers boiled over at the London Stadium. The pair locked horns shortly after Jack Livermore was involved in a bust-up with Hammers fans during West Brom's 2-1 defeat on Tuesday night, with fourth official Nigel Swarbrick forced to intervene.Pardew was concerned after seeing the substituted midfielder among the crowd, with the England international then escorted down the tunnel.

Manchester City were thought to be interested in a move to sign Evans last summer, but the Citizens didn’t end up matching West Brom ’s £25m asking price. Arsenal signed Greek defender Konstantinos Mavropanos from PAS Giannina last week after the 20-year-old’s impressive

West Brom were interested in Fazio in the summer, and Tony Pulis could revive a move for the The England international was the subject of interest from Aston Villa and Southampton before the start Arsenal complete signing of Greek defender Mavropanos The 20-year-old joins Gunners for £2.2m

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West Brom and Swansea are among just some of the clubs to have shown interest in left-sided Greek centre-back Dimitrios Siovas, according to the Daily Mail.

The 29-year old Greece international has been starring for Leganés in La Liga this season, playing in 12 games and keeping seven clean sheets in the process.

The 6ft 4in centre half can also play as a holding midfielder, and is understood to have a release clause set at just £10million.

West Brom are weighing up potential targets with Jonny Evans’ future not yet clear. Manchester City and Arsenal are just two clubs to have registered an interest in the Northern Ireland international.

West Brom’s Chinese owners are expected to be travelling ot the Midlands this weekend to watch the Baggies match against Brighton, where they will also discuss their transfer budget for Alan Pardew to utilise this window.

West Brom's move for Mitrovic depends on Evans' future .
According to Sky Sports, West Brom’s pursuit of Newcastle striker Aleksandar Mitrovic depends on whether or not they sell Jonny Evans this month. The Baggies have been linked with Serbia international Mitrovic for some weeks now but no move has materialised just yet. The former Anderlecht man is keen to leave Newcastle as he goes in search of regular first-team game time. However, West Brom are currently in a precarious financial position and will need to raise funds before they press ahead with their plans to land Mitrovic, if Sky Sports are to be believed. Evans has been touted with moves to many big clubs in recent times. Manchester City and Arsenal have been heavily linked with the Northern Ireland international in the last couple of transfer windows and both clubs remain without depth in central defence. Alan Pardew wants to keep Evans at the club but faces a dilemma, with the Baggies boss also keen to bolster his West Brom squad.

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