Real Mallorca striker Oscar Trejo is keen on a move to Premier League club West Bromwich Albion and is eager to start talks with the Baggies about a possible January switch to the Hawthorns.
20-year-old Trejo was heavily linked with a move to West Brom in the summer, but Baggies manager Tony Mowbray baulked at the £4million valuation of the Argentine by the La Liga side. However, Trejo is not a regular starter for Mallorca and has now set his sights on a reunion with former team Borja Valero, who joined the Midlands club from Mallorca in the summer and has been an instant success at the Hawthorns,
Trejo’s agent Martan Paledes has revealed that he is waiting for a meeting with West Brom and will try to help Mowbray sign the former Boca Juniors striker.
Paledes said: “We are waiting for a meeting with West Brom and we will try to help them sign Trejo.”