Report: West Brom make four players available for transfer, including Rickie Lambert

West Brom's Rickie Lambert

West Bromwich Albion are reportedly planning a summer clearout.

Bournemouth's Ryan Fraser in action against West Brom's Christian Gamboa (L)Bournemouth's Ryan Fraser in action against West Brom's Christian Gamboa (L)

According to The Telegraph, West Bromwich Albion have made Rickie Lambert, Callum McManaman, Cristian Gamboa and Sebastien Pocognoli available for transfer.

The Baggies are expected to overhaul their squad this summer after an underwhelming season, and two players have already left the club in Victor Anichebe and Stephane Sessegnon.

Burnley's David Jones (R) in action with West Brom's Callum McManaman

However, with hopes of bringing in some big new signings this summer, West Brom may need to let more players leave the club and make room for new faces.

Now, The Telegraph report that four players have been made available for transfer, with Rickie Lambert, Callum McManaman, Cristian Gamboa and Sebastien Pocognoli all likely to leave.

West Brom's Rickie Lambert

Ex-England international Rickie Lambert only joined the Baggies from Liverpool last summer, but he made just five Premier League starts and only managed one goal in a dismal campaign for the big striker.

Winger McManaman was Pulis' first West Brom signing back in January 2015 having impressed with Wigan, but the 25-year-old struggled last season with only two starts in all competitions, meaning an exit would hardly be a surprise.

Signed from Rosenborg off the back of a strong 2014 World Cup campaign with Costa Rica, 26-year-old Gamboa played just 27 minutes of Premier League football last season, and with just 14 appearances in two seasons, it's certainly time for the right back to leave.

Sebastien Pocognoli - West Bromwich Albion and Seamus Coleman - Everton

Finally, Belgian left back Pocognoli was also signed in the summer of 2014 having been playing in Germany with Hannover, and he only played 35 minutes in the Premier League last season.

With all of that considered, it's no surprise to see Pulis attempt to move all four players on, as they clearly don't figure in his long-term plans at The Hawthorns.

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