West Brom are currently in second place in the Championship table behind Leeds United.
All elite football in the country has been suspended until April (BBC Sport) meaning that the Baggies’ clash with Birmingham City this weekend is off.
Nobody knows what could happen going forward and if the Baggies are to eventually secure promotion to the top flight, then their squad may need some reinforcements.
The Baggies have had experienced players like Charlie Austin and Ahmed Hegazi in their squad this season, along with veterans Chris Brunt and Gareth Barry, who holds the record for the most Premier League appearances ever.
But, with those players tipped to be leave at the end of the season, manager Slaven Bilic needs to ensure that he recruits smartly over the summer to give his side the best possible chance of survival in the top-flight next season if they reach there.
Multiple Premier League players will be out of contract in the summer and below, we’ve listed some that the Baggies should target.
John Lundstram - Sheffield United
The Blades midfielder has been a revelation this season in the top-flight, just ask anyone who plays Fantasy Football! He works hard and with Brunt and Barry likely to leave, he could be the ideal long-term replacement if Sheffield United go on to improve their squad.
Jordon Ibe - AFC Bournemouth
The winger needs to get his career back on track and could do so with West Brom. The Baggies love a tricky and quick winger and Ibe is exactly that. Getting regular minutes could increase his confidence and make him a key player.
Nathaniel Clyne - Liverpool
The full-back is very injury prone but if he can get himself fit and healthy, he could be valuable to the Baggies. He has a lot of experience and there are no questions about his quality. With Nathan Ferguson expected to move to the Premier League, Clyne could be a decent replacement.
Ashley Westwood - Burnley
The midfielder is one of the most reliable players in the top-flight. You know what you’re going to get with him and after the Clarets signed Josh Brownhill in January, Westwood could be on his way out.
Nampalys Mendy - Leicester City
Mendy has only played six times for the Foxes in all competitions this season (Transfermarkt). Things haven’t exactly worked out for him at Leicester, but he could be another player who can improve the team’s midfield department.
Robbie Brady - Burnley
He’s had some severe injury problems but Brady has the ability to produce some magic out of nothing. If he can keep himself fit and get back to match fitness, he could be a decent addition to the West Brom squad.
Jeff Hendrick - Burnley
Another Burnley player who plays with passion, desire and energy. He’s a player who always gives his all on the pitch and the Baggies may need someone like that to fight for everything if they get promoted.