Six Players Looking to Leave West Brom, Wolves & Stoke City Before the Window Shuts

With one week until transfer deadline day Here Is The City looks at the players from West Brom, Wolves and Stoke who may be looking for a fresh start elsewhere or targets for other clubs.


Marc-Antoine Fortune:
A move back to the Hawthorns from Celtic failed to inspire last season, and the arrival of Shane Long has pushed him further to the fringes. He should prepare to step down a level to the Championship to get his career back on track.


Sylvan Ebanks-Blake:
The frontman's goals fired them into the Premier League but he has failed to consistently perform at this level, and finds himself on the fringes. Only if strikers in front of him leave or get injured will he find himself with regular opportunities.

Kevin Doyle:
Mick McCarthy says there is no chance of the Irishman leaving, but we all know money talks. Arsenal have been regularly linked with buying him and Doyle himself would find it hard to turn down such a move.


Thomas Sorensen:
The veteran goalkeeper is too good to sit on the bench but has fallen to second choice behind Asmir Begovic. He may enjoy featuring in Europa League games this year, but there has been interest in him from Bundesliga clubs before, and he still has a lot to offer.

Tom Soares:
The former Crystal Palace man has never been a first choice at Stoke, and with Tony Pulis looking at bringing in '5-6' new players, his days are numbered.

Ricardo Fuller:
The Jamaican nearly left for Sunderland in January's transfer window, but chose to remain at the club. Like Soares he could find himself forced to re-evaluate if new recruits are brought in.

West Brom, Wolves and Stoke fans are there any players you want pushed out of the club? Leave your comments below.

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