The Baggies have yet to bring in a new face this month, but have allowed Anders Lindegaard and Abil Nabi to join Preston North End and Peterborough United respectively.
Fans want to see manager Tony Pulis bring in a new signing before the transfer window slams shut on Monday night, and he may be in the process of landing one.
Sky Sports report that West Brom have opened talks with Queens Park Rangers over signing Brazilian midfielder Sandro on loan until the end of the season, and negotiations are ongoing between the two clubs.
Sandro, 26, made his name with Tottenham Hotspur after arriving from Internacional in 2010, but after 96 appearances for Spurs, he was allowed to join QPR in September 2014.
Since then, Sandro has played just 28 games, having struggled with form and fitness ever since making his move to Loftus Road.
A move away from the West London may be needed for him to get his career back on track, and West Brom appear ready to give the physical midfielder a fresh start at The Hawthorns.
Would Sandro be a good signing for West Brom?