According to a report from the Daily Mirror, Brendan Rodgers will ask for reassurances about control of transfers before considering the West Brom job.
The Baggies claimed a 1-1 draw with Bournemouth on Saturday afternoon, as Salomon Rondon's header was cancelled out by a late Matt Ritchie equaliser.
It's therefore eight games without a win for West Brom, and they've picked up just three points in that run as Tony Pulis' men end the season in dire form.
Now, questions are being asked about Pulis' future at The Hawthorns, and with one year left on his contract, it's far from out of the question that West Brom move on from the Welshman this summer.
Now, The Mirror report that West Brom are lining up possible targets if Pulis does go, and former Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is believed to be top of their wish list.
Rodgers has been out of work since losing his job at Liverpool back in October, and many believe he will be back in management this summer ahead of the new Premier League season.
West Brom may have a foot in the door having appointed Reading's Nick Hammond as their new technical director, and Rodgers worked alongside Hammond during their time together at the Madejski Stadium.
However, it's claimed that Rodgers has one big question in mind before considering a move to The Hawthorns - whether he will have full control over transfers at the club.
The report claims that Rodgers would ask West Brom for reassurances on that matter in order to consider the job, which right now isn't even available as owner Jeremy Peace weighs up Pulis' future.
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