West Brom are reportedly keeping track of Anderlecht striker Lukasz Teodorczyk, and are claimed by Sport Witness to have a chance of signing him.
Closing into the end of the season, Teodorczyk’s goal scoring tally has slowed down. As of now, he hasn’t yet scored for Anderlecht in their recent play-off fixtures.
It is vital that Anderlecht win their games in the play-offs if they want to be champions, as the top six use play-offs to decide who will win the Belgian league, which they are currently winning.
But the drop in form from Teodorczyk doesn’t seem to have had any negative effect on the possibility of West Brom bringing him to the Hawthorns in the summer, although some other names who were previously interested aren’t so keen anymore.
Reports from het Belang van Limburg, which is a regional newspaper in Belgium, are still stating that there is still a ‘good chance’ that he will leave in the summer with both West Brom and West Ham still being mentioned.
So, a drop in goal scoring form looks not to unsettle The Baggies from this target.