West Brom are edging closer to their first summer arrival, with teenage forward Owen Windsor close to agreeing terms from non-league outfit Cirencester Town.
The 17-year-old has previously been tracked by Southampton and Swindon Town, with Premier League giants Chelsea also monitoring the player during his time with Cirencester.
However, it appears as if West Brom will win the race to sign the striker and are expected to officially complete a deal in the coming days.
Windsor scored six times in seven starts for his current side in the Southern League Division One South last season and is expected to join up with the Baggies’ Under-23 side this summer.
The forward, who has represented England Schoolboys in the past, will turn 18 in September and is regarded as a promising prospect in the future.
If Windsor impresses in the Under-23 side next season, he may earn a first-team call-up, with the Baggies known for bringing through academy talent in recent years.
Four more teenagers to break through at West Brom in recent years
Midfielder Field made his West Brom debut back in 2016 and has been a regular around the matchday squad ever since. Now 21, Field has made a total of 41 Baggies appearances.
Harper burst onto the scene at The Hawthorns last season and has caught the eye of numerous sides with some impressive displays. The teenager may well depart the club this summer when his Baggies deal expires.
Pacey forward Leko broke through along with Field back in 2016 and has also been in and around the first-team squad over the past three years. The 20-year-old also spent time on loan at Bristol City last year, making a total of 11 appearances for the Robins.
Tulloch earned a first-team matchday squad call-up at the age of 16 in 2017. The exciting winger had to wait two more years for his senior debut, with the 18-year-old coming on as a substitute against Brighton in the FA Cup back in January.