West Bromwich Albion’s Allan Nyom could be set to stay with the club after his supposed transfer to another club ‘has been closed’ according to Spanish website Fichajes.
Nyom spent last season on loan at Spanish side Leganés where he made 23 appearances and scored one goal.
It was believed that he was deemed surplus to requirements by Slaven Bilic however unless another club comes in for him he could be set to stay at the Hawthorns.
Following West Brom’s relegation, Nyom left the club on loan to join Leganés as he struggled to really prove himself with the Baggies due to his unpredictable performances.
The right-back has also had spells at Watford and Granada and with his experience of playing in the Spanish division it was thought that the team in question, Getafe, would be willing to take a gamble on the Cameroon international.
Getafe have expressed their interest in the 31-year-old but it is believed that he will now not be joining the club as they are ‘closing the transfer’.
There are no further details regarding the possible transfer of Nyom and whether it would be a loan or a permanent deal but it does highlight the question as to the future of the former Watford man.
Nyom has one year left on his current West Brom contract it makes sense for the Midlands club to cut their losses before losing him on a free next summer if they don’t see him as being a regular in their team for the next campaign.