Portuguese newspaper A Bola today brings some updates on the situation of West Bromwich Albion midfielder Filip Krovinovic.

Following claims from Greece saying the likes of Olympiacos and PAOK are interested in him, the outlet confirms that the 25-year-old may be on his way out of England this month.

Krovinovic is at West Brom on a loan spell from Benfica. He first made the move in the summer of 2019, and had the deal recently renewed for one more year, now running until June 2021.

He’s lost his place under Sam Allardyce, and didn’t even leave the bench in three of the Baggies’ last four games.

A Bola writes that ‘the possibility of moving to a team where he can play more regularly satisfies the Croatian midfielder’.

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What A Bola makes clear is that whoever wants to take Krovinovic will have to convince the three parties: the player, West Brom and Benfica.

It’s said the Baggies committed to paying €500k for the loan plus the player’s salary until the end of the season. So for the Eagles not to ‘lose any money’ with this move, the agreement must be honoured by his new club.