The days of Nigeria strikers Victor Anichebe and Brown Ideye at West Brom are numbered if the words of manager Tony Pulis are anything to ...
The team's manager told Express and Star in the UK that both strikers could move after the team signed two strikers, namely Rickie Lambert and Salomon Rondon.
Anichebe and Ideye have struggled to hold down regular starting places at 'The Hawthorns' and Pulis has hinted that the pair could be allowed to find other clubs.
"People will look at Victor and Browny and think they have to move on, but they have wanted to play more regular football anyway," Pulis told the Express & Star. "Bringing Salomon in, does it hasten their move from the club?
We'll have to wait and see." Anichebe joined West Brom from Everton in 2013, while Ideye moved from Dynamo Kiev last summer on a then club record fee of 10 million pounds.
Both of them started on the bench in West Brom’s opening game of the season at home against Liverpool.