Former Liverpool and Aston Villa striker Stan Collymore has made a sarcastic comment to a West Bromwich Albion fan on social networking site Twitter.
Collymore made the comment while giving his thoughts on the Premier League’s decision to close the summer transfer window before the start of the season.
As reported by BBC Sport, Premier League clubs have voted to close next summer’s transfer window at 5pm on the Thursday before the campaign starts.
Former Liverpool and Nottingham Forest striker Collymore seems to be in favour of the move, and has also made a sarcastic comment to a West Brom fan about Barcelona not making an approach for Salomon Rondon.
Rondon is a key player in the current West Brom side, but the 27-year-old striker does not have a great record.
During the 2016-17 campaign, the Venezuela international striker scored eight goals and provided two assists in 32 Premier League starts.
In 2015-16, the striker scored nine goals and provided two assists in 30 league starts for the Baggies.
Don't worry pal, Barca aren't unsettling Rondon.— Stan Collymore (@StanCollymore) September 7, 2017
Think you'll be OK. https://t.co/5J34Bk3rID
But Liverpool r big club of a small club like wba get a bid for one there players they may not b able to say no and won't get a replacement— Ben (@Bensamuelsmee) September 7, 2017
Unless other Euro leagues do same they're only screwing selves over though Stan!— NLWP (@NPenz) September 7, 2017