West Brom reportedly open to offers for Sessegnon, Anichebe and Ideye; Gamboa and Pocognoli could also leave

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West Bromwich Albion reportedly want to part with a number of their current first-team players this season.

According to a report from the Birmingham Mail, West Bromwich Albion are open to offers for three of their current first-team stars, while two others may have no future at the club.

The report claims the Baggies are certainly open to offers for Victor Anichebe, Brown Ideye and Stephane Sessegnon and that Sebastian Pocognoli and Christian Gamboa have ‘little hope’ of a future at The Hawthorns.

So far this summer West Brom have only signed James McClean and the Birmingham Mail reports that players will have to be offloaded before manager Tony Pulis can carry out the wholesale changes he wants.

It is no surprise Gamboa could be moved on, after the Costa Rica international played only 14 times all season and barely featured in the match-day squad following Pulis’s arrival.

As for Pocognoli, the Belgian made 16 appearances but as with Gamboa he was clearly not rated by Pulis and did not appear in the Premier League in 2015.

West Brom could get a relatively large amount of money if they were to sell all five players but it remains to be seen if any offers that come in will be sufficient, especially in the case of Ideye who cost a club-record £10million.

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