West Brom reportedly make Matt Phillips their top transfer target

Another player has been linked with a summer switch to West Bromwich Albion.

According to a report from the Birmingham Mail, Queens Park Rangers winger Matt Phillips tops West Bromwich Albion’s summer shopping list.

The 24-year-old has a contract with Chris Ramsey’s side until the summer of 2017, but with QPR recently relegated now could be the perfect chance for the Baggies to make their move and tempt the wide-man back into the top flight.

Phillips played 27 times for QPR last season, scoring three goals and providing eight assists. Considering the London club’s struggles that is a fine return from the winger and it is no surprise West Brom are said to be interested.

Phillips has made a total of 49 appearances for QPR and the latest report claims he is one of two wingers West Brom manager Tony Pulis is targeting this summer.

The story claims that along with two new wide-men, the Baggies boss also has his eye on a new goalkeeper, two new full-backs and two additional strikers.

Phillips would be a fine addition as he is yet to reach his peak and has top flight experience, standing out in a side that struggled for large parts of last season.

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