There has been no change in Nacer Chadli’s situation at West Bromwich Albion, even after the English club were relegated from the Premier League.

Belgian newspaper Het Nieuwsblad reports the former Tottenham Hotspur man is expected to continue at The Hawthorns, ‘at least until January’.

The 29-year-old was a target for clubs in Turkey, but their interest was never converted into an official bid. He had a release clause of €19.5m (other figures have been reported too) in his contract, which has now expired and the Baggies are asking for a ‘considerable sum’ to sanction his sale.

Despite impressing for Belgium at the 2018 World Cup, the versatile player will be forced to continue with the Championship side, unless there’s a last minute change. 

Chadli’s wages could be an issue, but it’s not to such an extent that it adds more pressure on the club to offload him. The report claims he could play a vital role in helping Darren Moore’s side get back to the Premier League, despite not featuring even for a minute this campaign.