The Belgian international looks to be out of favour at Tottenham, while the Baggies need attacking reinforcements.
Nacer Chadli celebrates scoring for Tottenham
With West Bromwich Albion falling to complete the signing of Leicester City's Jeffrey Schlupp, and still reportedly pursuing other wide and attacking targets, the Baggies could benefit by making an ambitious approach for Tottenham Hotspur's Nacer Chadli.
The winger has been linked with a Spurs exit for much of this summer after failing to start the last ten league matches of last season, and has been rated at around the £15 million bracket by the likes of the Mail.
Tottenham's Nacer Chadli
Chadli was also absent from Tottenham's starting eleven for their league opener against Everton, and failed to even make the substitutes bench with a number of academy players instead preferred by Mauricio Pochettino.
Crucially for the Belgian international, Josh Onomah was selected as the club's attacking midfield alternative, surely suggesting Chadli's days at White Hart Lane are numbered after three years in North London.
The 27-year-old has had spells of promise during his time at his club, proving himself a capable goalscorer with 25 goals since moving from FC Twente. His 2014-15 campaign has been his strongest season, netting 11 times in the league alone.
Tottenham's Nacer Chadli in action with Manchester United's Luke Shaw
But his omission from his country's European Championships squad this summer, despite being consistently involved since winning his first cap in 2011 certainly came about as a result of the player slipping from Pochettino's thoughts at the business end of the previous campaign.
Given his age and quality though, he would be an excellent signing for Tony Pulis to consider.
Tall, powerful, versatile, and technically excellent, Chadli can be a goal threat from either wing or in the number ten role behind Salomon Rondon, a position he favours but has had little chance to feature in at White Hart Lane. Spurs have also employed him as a more advanced attacking option at times over the last couple of years, and though that isn't his best position, he would certainly strengthen the Baggies as they continue to struggle to add another striker to the squad.
Chadli was linked with Swansea earlier in the summer (Mail), where Gylfi Sigurdsson, another former Spurs man, has flourished since getting regular football. West Brom should certainly try their hand at recruiting a player who can have a similar kind of attacking influence on a side if given match time.
Aston Villa's Jordan Veretout in action with Swansea's Gylfi Sigurdsson