West Brom will face competition from both Celtic and Rangers as they attempt to keep Grady Diangana at the club next season, according to a report from Scottish outlet The Herald.
The report suggests that the two Scottish giants have made an enquiry about the availability of the 22-year-old, whilst Albion will still be keen to keep him around next year too as he’s impressed Slaven Bilic and the West Brom coaching staff during his current loan spell.
According to The Hearld, Diangana would like to stay with West Ham next year and play Premier League football for them but he wants some guarantees about how much game time he will get before he makes any decisions about where he’ll spend next season.
If The Hammers can’t provide him with the assurances that he wants, then Diangana will reportedly ask for another move away from the London Stadium, either on loan or via a permanent transfer.
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Keeping Diangana at THe Hawthorns could be a wise move as he’s a player who has shown a lot of promise whilst on loan with Albion and has made himself into a key member of Bilic’s side.
However, if West Brom are able to secure promotion back to the Premier League, then West Ham may not be keen to loan him back to Albion as they’d essentially be strengthening a potential rival and as such, they might prefer to send him to Celtic or Rangers, with whom he’d be able to play European football.