West Brom bring seven youth stars to first-team training camp in Austria

Highly fancied youngsters like Jonathan Leko, Tyler Roberts and Adil Nabi are traveling with the first-team squad.

The Express and Star are reporting that Tony Pulis is bringing several young talents to West Brom's training camp in the Austrian Alps.

The Welshman has taken his squad on an eight-day stint in the mountains to help them prepare for the new season, and a whole clutch of the club's most talented youngsters have been given the chance to impress the Baggies boss.

16-year-old pair Jonathan Leko and Tyler Roberts are two of the club's top prospects, and are the youngest players with the first-team squad, and the Express and Star are saying that they and the other players could well be involved in the senior side next season if they do well at the camp.

Central defenders Shaun Donnellan, 19, and Jack Fitzwater, 17, have also made the trip alongside midfielder Joe Ward and striker Tahvon Campbell, both of whom are 18-years-old.

Who are the real stars among this young group?

As well as the academy players, Under-21 hotshot Adil Nabi has been brought along, after he scored 13 goals in 22 games at that level last season. The attacking player has arguably been the one closest to making his first-team debut, having featured on the bench a couple of times in the Premier League in 2015.

But undoubtedly the Baggies' two biggest starlets are Leko and Roberts, with the former having impressed at England youth level from the wing and forward Roberts being given the chance to train with the full Wales side this summer, having made the bench on the last day of the season.

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