West Bromwich Albion and has already started looking for reinforcements for next season as their coach, Slaven Bilic, is close to qualifying for the Premiership.
Turkish Fanatic reveals, and other media report, that the Croatian coach could break the club record by bringing in Fenerbahce’s Vedat Muriqi.
The price is around 20 million euros, so it would be the biggest transfer in the history of West Bromwich Albion. The current record holder is Salomon Rondon, who was brought from Zenit by the English club five years ago for 17 million euros.
Still, they may just buy Muriqi. Bilic is reportedly thrilled with the 26-year-old Kosovo international who arrived at Fenerbahce this season and scored 15 goals, having previously worn the jerseys of Rizespor, Liria, Teuta Durres, Giresunspor and Genclerbirligi.