West Brom are reportedly keen on signing Malaga midfielder Ignacio Camacho in January, and the 25-year-old has spoken about the reports when talking to Spanish media outlet AS.
He said: “It is always good that things like that [transfer rumours] are heard. But I have a contract and I'm happy here. If ever a team comes [to buy me], it will have to be good for everyone. These things do not bother me, but it is good that you are thinking about your future every so often. "
Camacho is currently contracted with the La Liga side until the summer of 2019, but the 25-year-old’s form with Malaga has seen West Brom show a keen interest in him.
He would add steel and strength to the Baggies’ midfield, and although Tony Pulis can call upon a number of defensive midfielders already, none possess the same technical aptitude as Camacho.
The midfielder has not ruled out a move away from Malaga, although he has admitted that any transfer would have to be good for all the parties involved: the selling club, the buying club, and him.
West Brom could do with some strengthening in the January transfer window, but it looks as if Camacho is not yet convinced by the idea leaving Malaga in the coming months.