West Brom have confirmed, via their official website, that striker Adil Nabi has been sold to League One side Peterborough United for an undisclosed fee.

The 21-year-old has been with the Baggies since 2002 but never made the breakthrough into the first team, and spent the start of this season on loan to the Delhi Dynamos, a side playing in the Indian Super League side.

He scored three goals in 11 games whilst in India, and came back to West Brom hoping for a chance at first team level, but that opportunity never presented itself.

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The youngster’s contract at The Hawthorns was set to expire in the summer, and with the Baggies looking to raise runs, it made sense to cash in on him at this stage as he was seemingly well down Tony Pulis’ pecking order in terms of forward players.

Having been made Albion’s Young Player of the Season for the 2104/15 campaign, there was hope that Nabi would eventually develop into a first-team striker at West Brom. That hope never became a reality, and the forward now has a chance to prove himself in League One.

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