According to The Sun, Championship promotion hunters West Brom are keeping tabs on a possible move for Crawley Town’s promising defender David Sesay.
Crawley Town defender David Sesay is on the radar of Championship outfit West Brom, according to a report from The Sun.
The report writes that the youngster has caught the eye of West Brom during his short time with Crawley Town, and they are keeping an eye on his developments ahead of a possible move in the summer transfer window.
He joined the club on a free transfer last September after he was released from Premier League side Watford.
By the time the summer window rolls around, Sesay will have just one year remaining on his current contract with Crawley – providing that he doesn’t sign a new deal in the tail end of the season. And, with Championship sides reportedly circling, he could be tempted by a move away from Broadfield Stadium.
Crawley may not be able to fend off interest from Championship sides in the summer but will look to make a hefty profit on a player they signed on a free transfer in the summer of 2018. The report writes that the defender is valued at £350,000, making for a good deal for the League Two side.
Since the turn of the new year, 20-year-old Sesay has made his way into the starting eleven at Crawley. He has played 10 times so far this season under Gabriele Cioffi and is set to be heavily involved throughout the remainder of the season.