West Brom are looking to bring in three players before the transfer deadline, as per a report by the Daily Mail.
The Baggies let Bakary Sako leave the club to re-join Crystal Palace so have the opportunity now to bring in some new faces.
Darren Moore’s side are looking to sign Fulham striker Aboubakar Kamara. They will face competition from Turkish side Yeni Malatyaspor to land him. The 23-year-old is expected to leave the Premier League side next week.
Kamara has played 15 games in all competitions for the Cottagers this season, chipping in with five goals. He joined the London side at the start of last season from French side Amiens on a four-year deal. He scored seven goals in the last campaign to help them gain promotion to the top flight.
The Baggies have also asked about Fulham midfielder Stefan Johansen but that move looks like a non-starter.
West Brom are also keen on bolstering their attacking options with the signing of Newcastle United winger Jacob Murphy. They have been in the hunt for another wide man after Harvey Barnes was recalled by Leicester City earlier this month.
AFC Bournemouth defender Tyrone Mings is a defensive target for Moore’s side. He can play as either a left-back or centre-back. Mings, who joined the Cherries from Ipswich Town, has seen his development there halted by injuries and wants to be playing first-team football.
It looks set to be an intriguing last week of the transfer window with a couple of signings expected at the Hawthorns.