Turkish outlet Fanatik have claimed that West Brom have received an offer from Trabzonspor for Oliver Burke.
The news of an offer would likely be welcomed by the Baggies as they go in search of a permanent transfer for the Scotland international who hasn’t settled into life at the Hawthorns since his arrival in 2017.
Burke remains Albion’s most expensive ever signing, having cost £15m from Bundesliga side RB Leipzig.
Turkish Super Lig outfit Trabzonspor, who are managed by former Baggies assistant manager Eddie Newton, have reportedly made an official offer for the 23-year-old as both he and the club attempt to find a solution to end his time with the club this summer.
Burke, who enjoyed a rise to prominence in 2016, earned his move to Leipzig following a string of impressive performances in the Championship for Nottingham Forest, however, his time in Germany did not go as planned and he soon found himself on the way back to England.
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His time with Albion has also been a turbulent one and now, following two loan spells away from the Hawthorns, it seems the time may have come to cut their losses.
Celtic are also said to be interested in his services after the winger recaptured some of his best form at Celtic Park during a loan spell in 2019.
Burke still has two years remaining on his deal with the club, although it now seems unlikely that time will be spent representing West Brom.