West Bromwich Albion are winless in nine games and are in need of a January reshuffle.
Following a run of nine Premier League games without victory, something has to give at West Bromwich Albion.
This could be manager Tony Pulis, or some of his underperforming squad in January in order to create the funds for the Welshman to turn things around at The Hawthorns
Assuming Pulis is still in charge, here are three players he should sell...
The former Tottenham Hotspur winger possesses more quality than any other member of the West Brom dressing room, as evidenced by his stunning free-kick in the 1-1 draw with Leicester City last month.
That the Belgian international has played as many times for his star-studded country as he has for the Baggies this season exemplifies the negativity of team selection that has turned the fans against Pulis.
If Pulis is not going to use Chadli, then he may as well sanction his sale and use the money to bring in a player that he does trust. Although, some Albion supporters may want to get rid of Pulis and keep Chadli.
Powerful, strong in the air and a good touch, the Venezuelan international has all of the tools to be a key player under Pulis, or any other manager. However, his results do not come close to matching his potential.
Rondon has only managed two goals in his last 33 Premier League appearances, and West Brom need so much more than that from their leading striker if they are to work their way out of relegation trouble.
His Albion career seemed to peak early and the Baggies should cash in on the South American while they can still get most of the money back - they paid £12m for him in August 2015, according to BBC Sport.
Yacob had been a staple for West Brom in the middle of the park for five years prior to this season.
The tough-tackling Argentine, who made 33 league appearances for the Baggies last campaign, has been dumped this term for more progressive passers of the ball such as Gareth Barry and Grzegorz Krychowiak.
If the 30-year-old cannot find a place in a Pulis midfield, he has little hope of reviving his Albion career under a new manager and West Brom should be happy to sell in January with his contract winding down.