West Brom have reportedly shown keen interest in signing Watford’s Troy Deeney. Deeney 25, has been subject to a plethora of interest and the baggies have reportedly joined the race for the Watford hit man according to Sky SportsSwansea City, Aston Villa and Burnley have been after the striker as have several Championship clubs including newly relegated Norwich City. Consistently over previous seasons, Deeney has fired goals in for fun. With the Baggies having lost an array of players, they are keen to make up the numbers by signing new ones and by quality players such as Deeney, they could be a force next season.

26 goals for Deeney this season

26 goals for Deeney this season

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hull City are lining up a bid for Tom Ince. Apparently the winger has been subject to interest from the FA Cup finalists who are looking to continue strengthening after completing the transfer of Jake Livermore permanently. Ince has reportedly declined following in his farther’s footsteps and was not keen on a move to Inter Milan or Monaco. After a reasonably successful spell at Palace, Hull have been interested in the wingers availability as they look to push for a strong finish next season and the trickery and skill of the winger has reportedly tempted the tigers.

Tom Ince

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More news from West Brom as they are supposedly resuming talks with Derby County over the availability of young midfield George Thorne. The highly rated midfielder impressed at the iPro stadium last season and after two unsuccesful bids, they are still keen to land the midfielders permanent signature. SkySports reports that he has been very interested to rejoin the rams.

IN PICTURE: Derby's George Thorne.STORY: SPORT LEAD: Derby County FC v Nottingham Forest FC.  Sky Bet Championship at the iPro Stadium.PHOTOGRAPHER: MARK FEAR.


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