Top four players linked with West Brom this week including Schlupp, Taylor and Moukandjo

West Brom manager Tony Pulis

West Bromwich Albion have been linked with some exciting players in the last few days.

Leicester City's Jeffrey Schlupp in action with Swansea's Wayne Routledge

West Brom have had a quiet transfer window to date, but their manager Tony Pulis will be well aware of the importance of significantly strengthening his side ahead of the new campaign.

There is still plenty of time to get deals done and here we take a look at the top four players to have been linked with the Baggies this week:

Jeffrey Schlupp (The Sun print edition 21/07 page 53)

West Brom are preparing to make an improved bid for Leicester City utility man Jeffrey Schlupp.

The Baggies failed with a £9million move earlier in the window but they have not given up hope of securing his signature.

Charlie Taylor celebrates after scoring the first goal for Leeds

Charlie Taylor (Birmingham Mail)

Schlupp is not the only left-back option linked with West Brom, with the Birmingham Mail claiming they will firm up their interest in Leeds United player Charlie Taylor if the Leicester man does not ultimately arrive at The Hawthorns.

Taylor is one of the brightest prospects in the Championship and he is ready for the step up to the Premier League whenever it comes.

Benjamin Moukandjo in action for Cameroon

Benjamin Moukandjo (Daily Mail)

West Brom are also said to be interested in Lorient striker Benjamin Moukandjo.

The 27-year-old scored 13 goals in Ligue 1 last season and it will allegedly take a bid in the region of £10million if Pulis wants to bring him to England.

Ciaran Clark celebrates scoring the first goal for Aston Villa

Ciaran Clark (Birmingham Mail)

West Brom have long been linked with a move for Aston Villa defender Ciaran Clark but the latest report claims Pulis will now only make a move for the centre-back if he needs defensive cover before the transfer window slams shut.

That will be determined by any player sales between now and September.

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