Leeds United and West Bromich Albion have both held talks with former Bournemouth winger Ryan Fraser ahead of a possible signing, according to a report from 90min.

The Scottish international is currently a free agent after he refused a contract extension at Bournemouth and as such, he’s currently on the lookout for a new club.

Newcastle have apparently agreed personal terms with Fraser but he is yet to officially finalise a move to St James’ Park, so there is still a chance that he could go elsewhere.

Albion have apparently shown an interest in the winger but like Leeds, they’ve not yet made a formal offer.

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Given that Albion have spoken to Fraser but not offered him a contract, one would guess that the player’s wage demands may have been to high for The Baggies as he’s certainly a player who would be a useful addition, especially on a free transfer.

His final season at Bournemouth was a poor one, but he has been a very good Premier League player in the past and whichever club gets him could be getting a bargain, but it looks almost certain that it won’t be Albion.