, Grant, Taylor and more: What the summer could hold for West Brom’s loaned out players

Grant, Taylor and more: What the summer could hold for West Brom’s loaned out players

West Brom are in a good position in the Championship promotion fight, sitting in 5th as they have done for much of the 2023/24 campaign to date.

West Brom have occupied 5th in the Championship table for the vast majority of this season but they’ll know the top six fight is far from over. Hull City, Norwich City, Preston North End and Coventry City are firmly in the scrap too.

While said fight for the play-offs will be the main focus, those behind the scenes will have an eye on the summer too. The plans for the transfer window will include deciding what comes next for those currently on loan away from the Baggies.

Here, we look at what the summer could hold for the five players currently on loan away from West Brom

Karlan Grant

Grant is currently on loan with Championship rivals Cardiff City, where he has five goals and three assists in 32 games across all competitions.

He will have two years left on his deal at The Hawthorns when he returns from the Bluebirds. Corberan has previously said he won’t close the door on the forward, so it could be that Grant gets a chance to earn his place back in the side.

Caleb Taylor

Taylor is viewed as a future first-team player and once he returns from his Bolton Wanderers loan, it will be up to the Baggies to decide if they want to send him out on loan again or give him the senior minutes his talents deserve.

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Ethan Ingram

Ingram is another talent viewed as a bright prospect for the future. He’s played 24 times for Salford City, though minutes have been limited from time to time with the Ammies.

His contract is up at the end of the season so it will be down to West Brom to make a decision over an extension. If they opt against keeping him, the young full-back will be free to find a new club as a free agent.

Zac Ashworth

Like the earlier mentioned Taylor, Ashworth is currently with League One promotion hopefuls Bolton Wanderers. He’s managed three goals and three assists in 22 games there but has only started six league games.

His deal runs until 2025, so it wouldn’t be a surprise if he made a new loan to further his senior experience.

Jamie Andrews

Last but not least is central midfielder Jamie Andrews. He’s played 25 times for Grimsby Town but is approaching the end of his West Brom contract this summer, so it could be that he moves on.

He’ll be 22 in September and could perhaps benefit from settling at a permanent home after loans with Grimsby, Yeovil Town and Leamington.

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