West Brom are giving Tyrell Robinson one last chance to impress before deciding on whether to make a permanent move for the Arsenal winger, according to the Birmingham Maill.
The 18-year-old wide-man featured in a Premier League 2 fixture for the Baggies U23 side against Fulham U23s last night and scored in a 2-1 home win.
Robinson is capable of playing at left-back, but his preferred position is at left wing. In fact, Tyrell has become increasingly frustrated with Arsenal’s academy coaching staff for constantly deploying him at left-back, as per Arsenal Youth.
He progressed through Arsenal’s academy system and signed his first professional contract in January 2015. He is yet to make a first-team appearance, but he did feature prominently in the under-21 side – making 13 appearances in the U21 Premier League and seven in the UEFA Youth League.
The Daily Mail claimed earlier this summer that Robinson was to leave Arsenal to sign a two-year contract with West Ham, but the move never materialised and he is now looking to earn a contract at The Hawthorns and couldn’t have done much better last night.
Despite scoring against Fulham, the Baggies coaches are not convinced and want to see him in action again. He is expected to start fr the U23s in their game with Wolves at Molineux tonight.
West Brom will then decided early next week about whether to make a move to sign the trialist on a permanent basis.