West Brom 'keeper Rose set for Crawley loan

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HITC Sport understands the West Brom 'keeper is set for a loan move

West Bromwich Albion goalkeeper Jack Rose is set to join League Two Crawley Town on loan, HITC Sport understands from sources close to the club.

Rose has found himself well down the pecking order at the Hawthorns with experienced trio Ben Foster Boaz Myhill and Anders Lindegaard all ahead of Rose in Tony Pulis' first-team plans.

The 21-year-old, who has come through West Brom's youth system, has yet to make his first-team debut for the club, but has been a regular in the side's under-21s this season.

Rose has made 12 appearances in the under-21 Premier League so far this season and kept five clean sheets.

The talented custodian has previously enjoyed a spell out on loan at Accrington Stanley during the 2014/15 season, making made eight appearances for Stanley during his two month spell at the club.

A number of Football League clubs are understood to have expressed an interest in signing Rose on loan this season, but Crawley are poised to secure his signature.

Crawley boss Mark Yates is keen to bolster his goalkeeping options and he is thought to be a big admirer of Rose.

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