West Brom are reportedly preparing to revive their interest in Gareth Barry this summer.
According to a report from the Daily Mail today, Tony Pulis is keen to add the experienced midfielder to his ranks ahead of the upcoming campaign, which kicks off in under a week.
Barry isn’t looking to be poised for too many first-team opportunities under Ronald Koeman, given Everton’s plethora of midfield options. This means that he could seek a move away from Goodison Park as he approaches the final years of his career.
Pulis still needs to tackle the task of replacing Darren Fletcher with a new midfielder after the Scotsman secured a move to Stoke City earlier on in the window.
It’s stated that the Baggies will offer Barry a two-year contract at the club as they look to lure more reinforcements to the Hawthorns before the close of the window.
Ronald Koeman stated that Barry wouldn’t be sold not so long ago, but with the chance to play football week-in, week-out with West Brom, a move could yet be secured.