West Bromwich Albion boss Darren Moore is said to be eyeing up attacking additions for next season.
The Baggies generally set-up defensively in the Premier League, and played fairly directly.
However, Albion will be required to show more creativity in possession next term, as one of the big-hitters in the division.
Sawyers would help provide more service to the strikers, and if Reid arrives, then West Brom would have a great attacking threat.
Reid scored prolifically for Bristol City last term, and his pace caused a major threat to defences across the division.
Reid netted 19 goals in 46 appearances for West Brom last term, from his number 10 position.
And if Sawyers and Reid were to arrive at Albion, they would bring an increase in pace and skill to West Brom’s attack.