Tony Pulis has his work cut out for him after a forgettable summer transfer window that has many loyal supporters questioning the club’s direction, with the signing of Nacer Chadli from Tottenham being the only high-point in their outlay. There’s no guarantee that Hal Robson-Kanu can replicate his European Championship showing, and is being deemed a case of panic-buy behavior. However, here’s T4O coming to the rescue with 5 Free Transfer that could possibly save West Brom’s top-flight status and cut Tony some much-needed slack.
The 29-year-old clenched-teeth defender from Uruguay plays with all the grit and determination that wouldn’t be out of place in Tony Pulis’ West Brom side. What’s more that such is is technical ability on the ball, that he has been known to be deployed in at least 6 positions for his former club, Juventus, by the now-Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte.
He’d bring his stylish, but uncompromising style into the mix that would slot right into the Premier League, and experience of playing at the highest level, winning 5 Serie A titles, a treble with Barcelona which includes a Champions League. Tony Pulis, apparently, has his agent on the speed dial.
Manchester United cult hero, first-touch merchant extraordinaire, is available on a free transfer! Granted, not one for the blue-collared graft, but the 35-year-old is a good option to bring off the bench, for a worldly or two. Scoring 13 goals for AS Monaco in 2015, shows that he still has the radar working fine.
The former German international is as Tony Pulis a player as they come. A wrecking ball in the air, and a clinical finisher in the box, the 6’3″ striker is another one who would fit into the Premier League fold seamlessly, and offer guaranteed goals and graft. His ability to hold the ball on due to his immense physical stature, and a constant menace to contend with – with his back to goal, he has the ability to slip in the occasional through ball, whereby he can use his superlative movement to position himself in the opponent’s area awaiting a cross.
You all remember Alex, don’t you? The big, burly central defender for Chelsea, whose free kicks were considered a force of nature and generally yielded goals? The PSV legend finds himself without a club, and a move back to the Premier League, and more accurately, West Brom would suit Tony Pulis’ footballing requirements if he happens to miss out on Martin Caceres.
Everton’s ever-present midfield dynamo was shocked by the club’s decision to not extend his contract. As is, he now is out on the look out to maintain his pride and his Premier League standing, with a host of offers already coming in for the former England international. Tony Pulis, you’d imagine would be an eager admirer of Osman’s bite in midfield.