Five West Brom players who could leave for nothing in six months

West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis

West Bromwich Albion have some decisions to make regarding their current players.

West Bromwich Albion are enjoying a great campaign, with the pre-season naysayers proved wrong as Tony Pulis has set about leading his team to an unlikely European push.

There is still a lot of football to be played but the Baggies are impressing and with the right additions in January they could be this year’s surprise package.

Whatever happens between now and the summer on the pitch, there is also work to be done off it, with a number of West Brom players coming to the end of their contracts.

Darren Fletcher looks set to activate a one-year extension, but here we take a look at the other Baggies players for whom the feature is a little less clear.

West Bromwich Albion's Jonas Olsson

Jonas Olsson

Defender Jonas Olsson has admitted his time at The Hawthorns is coming to an end, and with limited game time in recent months that is no surprise to anyone.

That said, the Swede is a fan favourite at the club and he deserves a few more run-outs between now and May.

Chris Brunt

It is widely expected that West Brom will offer the resurgent Chris Brunt a new deal in 2017. However, until that is signed his future is not set in stone.

The 31-year-old has featured eight times since recovering from a cruciate ligament injury and remains a vital player for the club.

West Bromwich Albion's Gareth McAuley celebrates scoring their first goal

Gareth McAuley

He may be 37 but Gareth McAuley is performing like a player 10 years his junior this season, racking up 16 appearances so far and not looking out of place.

His body will only keep up for so long but on this evidence he deserves another year if he wants it.

Saido Berahino

The Saido Berahino saga continues – although somewhat subdued – with the striker approaching the end of his current deal and the suitors seemingly no longer banging on the door for his services.

No longer a key player for the Baggies, it will be interesting to see how this one plays out.

Jack Rose

Jack Rose is a 21-year-old goalkeeper who is yet to feature for the first-team and may need to move on if he wants to kick-start his career.

With little chance of breaking through at The Hawthorns in the foreseeable future, Rose has a big call to make if a new contract does ultimately come his way.

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