Kieran Gibbs could end his two-year association with West Brom this summer.
Both Newcastle United and Turkish giants Fenerbahce are thought to be keen on the 29-year-old, with the Baggies valuing the left-back at £3m.
The former Arsenal man was a regular under both Darren Moore and James Shan last season, as the Baggies narrowly missed out on an immediate return to the Premier League.
If Gibbs does leave The Hawthorns this summer, it would leave West Brom with only Conor Townsend as the remaining senior left-back.
Whoever takes over this summer will more than likely be looking to strengthen the squad in numerous areas and the left-back area could be one if Gibbs departs.
Slaven Bilic is believed to be the front runner to take over at The Hawthorns following lengthy discussions with numerous candidates.
So with Gibbs possibly on the way out, we’ve taken a look at five possible left-back options for the Baggies this summer.
Southampton’s Targett looks set to leave St Mary’s this summer and has previously helped Fulham to promotion from the Championship. The 23-year-old could be a smart signing by the Baggies.
Derby’s Malone has plenty of Championship experience and was a regular under Frank Lampard last season. If Lampard leaves the Rams to take over at Chelsea, West Brom could persuade Malone to make the move to the Hawthorns.
Douglas fell out of favour with Marcelo Bielsa at Leeds last season, with the Argentine using Macedonian winger Ezgjan Alioski at left-back. The Scot, who is known for his high-quality set-piece deliveries, previously helped Wolves to the Championship title.
Chelsea left-back Dasilva excelled in the Championship with Bristol City last season and looks set for another stint in the second tier for the upcoming campaign. The Baggies would have to battle both the Robins and QPR for the 21-year-old’s services.
Following an injury-troubled season with Derby last year, Swede Olsson could be a suitable cover option for the Baggies if they wish to place their trust in Conor Townsend. Olsson has plied his trade in England since 2012 and would bring plenty of experience to the Baggies defence.