#4 Grady Diangana (LW)

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Is there seriously a single Albion fan on this planet who does not want Grady Diagana back at The Hawthorns this summer?

West Ham were allegedly considering loaning Diangana back to B71 on two conditions: Albion go up and West Ham survive relegation. The once mere possibilities are now a firm realities — so where does his future lie?

Albion would again do well to implement a buy-out clause should Diangana continue to impress at The Hawthorns. He did have a marvelous season in the Championship, though there is a chance he may not impress in the Premier League. Think of Che Adams, who scored 22 goals for Birmingham City last season, yet has just three for Southampton.

The step up is huge and a loan-to-buy seems the safe option.


#5 Rhian Brewster (ST)

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Another young English talent on loan at Swansea from a top-four Premier League club — they really see the Championship as their little playground, don’t they?

It definitely seems a playground for Brewster, who has scored 10 goals in 20 appearances for Swansea since January and played a key role in their last gasp play-off push.

As with Gallagher, this move would depend on Swansea’s promotion: both Gallagher and Brewster would likely return to Swansea should they get promoted.

This has yet to be decided and Albion would do well to at least inquire about the possibility of loaning Brewster to bolster their attacking options for next season.

The links with Muriqi remain strong and if he were to join, he would likely be the Baggies’ main centre forward. However, in Brewster, Albion would be gaining a hungry and driven forward — not to mention talented, desperate to prove himself at the highest level and stake a claim in an unstoppable Liverpool team.


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