Should West Brom rescue Sead Haksabanovic from West Ham nightmare?

Shilow Tracey of Tottenham tackles with Sead Haksabanovic of West Ham during the Premier League 2 match between West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur at Chigwell Construction Stadium on...

The West Ham United youngster could be a useful addition to the West Bromwich Albion squad.

West Bromwich Albion's caretaker manager Darren Moore walks off after the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and West Bomwich Albion at Old Trafford in...

Darren Moore has a lot of work to do at West Brom this summer, if he is to guide his side to an immediate return back to the Premier League this season.

One particular area where the 44-year-old will be looking to improve is his wide attacking department, with more creativity and guile needed at the Hawthorns.

The Baggies were woefully impotent in front of goal last season, ending up with a meagre tally of just 31 Premier League goals scored - the third worst in the entire division.

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That wasn't all down to their strikers, though, with a lack of ingenuity and creativity in the final third partly down to their lack of quality in the wide areas too.

Jeff King of Bolton Wanderers tackles Sead Haksabanovic of West Ham United during the Carabao Cup Third Round match between West Ham United and Bolton Wanderers at The London Stadium on...

With this in mind, West Brom should consider taking a punt on West Ham youngster Sead Haksabanovic.

The Montenegro winger joined the Hammers from Halmstads in the summer of 2017, for a fee believed to be worth in the region of just £2.4 million, but he has failed to establish himself at the London Stadium.

It could be argued that he was never given ample opportunity to showcase his true worth, though, and he still might have a lot to offer at the very highest level.

Sead Haksabanovic of West Ham and Tolaji Bola of Arsenal in action during the Premier League 2 match between Arsenal and West Ham United at Meadow Park on November 24, 2017 in Borehamwood,...

Haksabanovic, 19, is incredibly skilful, and possesses a potent delivery that would surely prove to be a great asset for West Brom.

He is at the age now where he needs regular first-team football, and a move to the Hawthorns could be just what he needs to help reinvigorate his stuttering career.

The Montenegrin is a real talent, and if the Baggies could tempt West Ham into selling, it could turn out to be a real coup for the Black Country outfit.

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