According to the Daily Mail, West Bromwich Albion have targeted Celta Vigo duo Nemanja Radoja and Pape Cheikh Diop ahead of the transfer window later this month.
Paul Pogba of Manchester United is chased by Nemanja Radoja of Celta Vigo
However, manager Tony Pulis still needs more reinforcements before the transfer window closes, and central midfield is an area that may need some strengthening after Darren Fletcher left the club in order to join Stoke City.
Now, the Daily Mail report that West Brom want to sign Celta Vigo duo Nemanja Radoja and Pape Cheikh Diop, having been keeping tabs on both players from the La Liga side.
Radoja, 24, joined Celta from Vojvodina in his native Serbia back in 2014, and he has been a key player for the Spanish outfit ever since, racking up over 100 appearances for the club in his three-year stay in Galicia.
Primarily a holding midfielder with a good range of passing, Radoja has been a consistent performer for Celta, and could fill the void left by Fletcher for years to come if West Brom do move for him.
Villarreal's Jonathan dos Santos (L) vies with Celta Vigo's midfielder Pape Diop
Meanwhile, it's noted that Tottenham have targeted Diop, but West Brom could look to usurp Mauricio Pochettino's men by offering the youngster more guaranteed first-team football at The Hawthorns.
Diop, 20, already has 12 caps for Spain at youth level and has been gradually phased into the Celta side, and the central midfielder could be on for the future as a box-to-box player rather than as a natural holding player.
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