Bought from Watford back in 2016 for just over £4m, Allan Nyom’s adventure at West Brom hasn’t exactly been a success.
Unable to help stop the Baggies from getting relegated back down to the Championship in 2017-18, the Cameroon international played just two games in England’s second-tier before being sent on loan to CD Leganes in La Liga for the remainder of the season.
The right-back dropped in and out of the team at first, but eventually made himself a spot in the starting XI, making 23 league appearances in Spain, scoring one goal and picking up one assist.
However, with the loan now coming to an end and a year left on his contract at West Brom, decisions will need to be made regarding the defender’s future.
AS look at his situation, explaining that an offer from Leganes has yet to arrive on his table, and a permanent transfer isn’t an avenue the club are looking to explore for now.
There wasn’t an option to make the move permanent in the loan deal taking Nyom to Spain, and it seems the La Liga side aren’t exactly in a rush to negotiate with West Brom anytime soon.
It seems a transfer elsewhere will need to be sorted out by the Baggies, then.