West Bromwich Albion are still interested in signing Leeds United left-back Charlie Taylor, according to the Daily Mail.

The Baggies allegedly had a £7 million bid for the 23-year-old rejected by the Whites in January, but they are said to still want to land the Englishman.


Taylor rose through the ranks at the Leeds academy, graduating into their first team in 2011.

After four loan spells away, he returned to the senior team at Elland Road in 2014 and made 25 appearances that season.

Taylor has turned out 27 times so far this term and has been part of Garry Monkís side that has mounted a play-off challenge and currently lie in fourth in the Championship table.

The Peacocks are supposedly keen to keep the defender despite his future being uncertain with his contract ending at the end of this season.

The fact that his current deal expires at the end of this campaign means†Tony Pulisí side could potentially sign him†for just a compensation fee in the summer.

If Taylorís terms are not renewed and West Brom are still keen, then itís difficult to see him turning down a move to a side who are looking like theyíll finish in the top eight of the Premier League come the end of the season.