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Amid discussions regarding the potential sale of West Bromwich Albion, the club has defied expectations under manager Carlos Corberan, currently sitting seventh in the Championship race for a play-off spot. Despite a challenging summer transfer window, the Baggies remain competitive, with Corberan’s efforts earning praise.
The prospect of a club sale could provide financial backing, potentially influencing a move for Kwame Poku from Peterborough United. Poku’s impressive performances in League One, boasting six goals and six assists, have garnered attention from multiple clubs, including Sunderland, Millwall, Ipswich Town, Bristol City, and Stoke City, in addition to West Brom.
Poku, a 22-year-old left-footed winger, has showcased his quality with 12 goal involvements in 16 league games this season. Having made his international debut for Ghana, Poku’s readiness to elevate his performance at the club level makes him an attractive prospect.
With a reported interest from various clubs, West Brom faces the challenge of securing Poku’s signature swiftly.
The winger’s remarkable rise, starting from his time at Colchester United, has earned him accolades, including praise from former U’s manager John McGreal.
McGreal highlighted Poku’s versatility and exceptional performance across different roles on the field, emphasizing the player’s potential for a successful career in the sport.
West Brom’s pursuit of Poku aligns with their ambition to strengthen the squad for a potential promotion push. If the club’s takeover proceeds as planned, Poku could serve as a valuable asset in their quest for a coveted Championship promotion.
The coming weeks will likely reveal whether West Brom can secure the dynamic winger’s services amidst competition from other interested clubs.