Reyes Cleary is leaving West Brom with Premier League trio Arsenal, Newcastle United and Everton looking to snap up the highly-rated striker in the summer transfer window, as reported by the Express and Star.
Déjà vu. Groundhog day. However you want to describe it, it’s happening again.
Where Cleary is plying his trade next term remains to be seen. But it certainly won’t be West Bromwich Albion.
The Express and Star claim that the Baggies offered the free-scoring teenager what they deemed to be an ‘attractive package’. But Cleary obviously believes that his development would be better served elsewhere.
The striker, who’s scored over 30 goals this term for West Brom’s youth sides, has informed the club of his decision, with Cleary’s stance the reason why he has been conspicuous by his absence in recent U23 fixtures.