West Brom are prepared to sell Nacer Chadli to European clubs this summer but will be forced to wait for Besiktas to firm up their interest in the player, according to James Nursey of the Mirror.
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The Belgian international is looking to depart the Hawthorns as he goes in search of first-team football in the top-flight, following West Brom’s relegation to the Championship last season.
Chadli impressed with his native Belgium during this summer’s World Cup and played a key role, as Roberto Martinez’s side went on to secure a third-place finish in the competition.
The transfer window has already slammed shut for buying clubs in English football but this does not mean that they are unable to sell players to foreign clubs, should they wish.
Chadli still has two more years left to run on his current contract at the Hawthorns, but West Brom appear to be keen on cutting their losses, with Besiktas monitoring the situation.