West Bromwich Albion are on the verge of completing a deal to sign Leeds United left-back Charlie Taylor, according to The Sun.
The Baggies are expected to be busy in the January transfer window, with Tony Pulis not overly happy with the number of new players that ended up at the Hawthorns over the summer.
Taylor has been a driving force for Leeds over a number of seasons but his current contract at Elland Road is set to expire at the end of the current campaign.
With the forward-thinking full-back seemingly keen to play in the Premier League, West Brom look set to give him the opportunity.
Leeds are in a difficult position as they could lose Taylor for free in the summer but Garry Monk will surely also not want to sell one of the Whites’ best players in January.
The Yorkshire club are in excellent form in the Championship and are pushing for promotion back to the Premier League this season.
West Brom have a habit of playing centre-halves in the full-back position and as such Taylor would offer a specialist option at left-back if he joined the Baggies.