West Brom have some decisions to make on players whose contracts are expiring in June. Here are five-
Kyle Edwards- The Baggies are believed to hold an option for a further year on the academy graduate. The 22 year old has played 37 times for their first-team so far in his career, as well as having a loan spell away in League Two at Exeter City a couple of seasons ago.
Ali Al-Habsi- The veteran goalkeeper linked up with Slaven Bilic’s side last summer on a one-year deal as more competition and back-up. The former Reading stopper hasn’t made a single appearance for the Midlands side this term and could leave this summer.
Jonathan Bond- He is used as their second choice ‘keeper but his long-term future at the Hawthorns is up in the air at the moment. The ex-England Under-21 man has previously played for the likes of Reading, Watford and Peterborough United.
Gareth Barry- The former Aston Villa, Manchester City and Everton midfielder re-joined West Brom this season but is likely to depart when his deal expires. He has made over 800 appearances in his career and is now 38 years old.
Chris Brunt- This summer may also be the end of his Baggies career for their long serving companion. Brunt, who has 65 caps for Northern Ireland, moved to the Hawthorns in 2007 from Sheffield Wednesday and has since gone onto play over 400 games for the club, helping them win promotion to the Premier League twice.