AFC Bournemouth striker Josh King might return to the Premier League after it was reported that West Bromwich Albion is interested in his services.
King was a subject of speculation in the last summer with the likes of Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United having been linked with the player but the latest developments from Daily Mail indicate that Sam Allardyce wants the Norwegian to boost his attack.
King's contract with Bournemouth expires in the summer and the club would be willing to listen to offers for the Norwegian this January as they try to get a little sum for the player they got for £1m back in 2015.
The summer transfer saga on King seems to have unsettled the player having failed to hit the ground in the Championship this term.
West Brom is looking for players to boost their attack having had a torrid start to the season where they are currently placed second from bottom.
West Brom are in for Bournemouth striker Joshua King, according to the Daily Mail.— WBA Report (@WBAReport) January 5, 2021
The out of favour forward is admired by Sam Allardyce and has been identified as a replacement for the injured Karlan Grant. #WBA pic.twitter.com/wOKtRkceta