, League One clubs keen on West Brom man, deal ends this summer

League One clubs keen on West Brom man, deal ends this summer

West Brom full-back Ethan Ingram is drawing League One interest as his contract at The Hawthorns winds down, reporter Dan Marsh has said on X.

West Brom sent right-back Ingram out on his first EFL loan last summer. The 20-year-old had been a regular at U18 and U21 level for the Baggies while also making three first-team appearances before his Salford City switch.

He’s played 24 times for the League Two side across all competitions, chipping in with a goal and an assist.

However, Ingram’s deal back at parent club West Brom is up in the summer. And, as the end of the season nears, clubs are stating to take an interest in his situation.

Writing on X, reporter Dan Marsh has said that League One clubs are circling Ingram and are ready to move if the Championship club opt against extending his deal. He labelled the youngster as ‘one to watch’ for the upcoming transfer window.

On the move?

After a first taste of regular senior football while with Salford, Ingram will be hoping to continue playing at a first-team level moving forward. He’s got plenty of youth experience under his belt, so the time has come for the Gloucester-born talent to kick on.

West Brom can be a good place for young players to develop with the likes of Tom Fellows breaking into Carlos Corberan’s side this season. However, if a regular senior role is going to elude Ingram, a move away could be beneficial.

It remains to be seen just who the League One admirers are but they could make a shrewd signing with a move for the Baggies academy graduate. The best years of Ingram’s career lay ahead of him and as an England youth international, he has the potential to become a real asset in the years to come.

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