After West Bromwich Albion were relegated from the Premier League in 2018, Allan Nyom left the Baggies and joined Leganes on a loan deal last summer.

The right-back made 23 appearances in La Liga, which included 20 starts for Mauricio Pellegrino’s side during the 2018/19 season.

Prior to arriving in England, the former Watford man had a spell with Granada. His overall experience of playing in the Spanish league could benefit him in the summer transfer window.

Fichajes has a report on the Cameroon international and the headline reads ‘Allan Nyom approaches Getafe’.

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Getafe are interested in the 31-year-old and it is claimed that his addition to their squad is ‘about to be closed’.

Fichajes does not mention whether it will be a loan deal or a permanent transfer and if it’s the latter, the financial details of the operation have also not been cited.

With a year left on Nyom’s contract at The Hawthorns, it makes sense for the Championship side to cash in from Nyom’s sale, rather than letting him leave as a free agent in 2020.