With less than a fortnight left for the window to shut down, the transfer business has been becoming increasingly intriguing as clubs have been engaged in a relentless competition in a bid to withstand the rigorous battle in the Premier League.
English clubs have selflessly splashed the cash to bring in the much-desired players and alongside the top six big clubs, small clubs are also investing lots of money as they are pretty aware of the current inflated market.
Similarly, West Bromwich Albion have infused cash as Tony Pulis is looking to improve their chances this season. The Baggies fared pretty well as they concluded last season in the 10th position.
Nacer Chadli has been the focal point of the Baggies attack lately as he moved to the Hawthorns from Tottenham Hotspur last season. Chadli had a meatier role in the side as he racked up five goals and as many assists as the Baggies managed to accumulate their highest tally of points in the Premier League.
But the Belgian winger had a row with the gaffer as he didn’t want to follow the training regime that Pulis had drawn up for the squad.
Here are three possible destinations for the Belgian international if he opts to leave.
Marco Silva’s side sprung a surprise by drawing level with Liverpool in the first game. Watford displayed an attractive game plan under Silva but the need of another wide man was clearly visible.
On his day, Nordin Amrabat can wreak havoc in the opposition ranks but his final pass lacks quality and consistency.
Chadli can perform consistently and his link up play with Andre Gray and Richarlison could be the ideal combination for the Hornets.
The Saints definitely need some ammunition to sustain in the Premier League and Chadli could be the deciding factor for them. The Saints are hugely dependant on Dusan Tadic and a number of times his inability to perform on a consistent basis has hampered them.
Chadli can fit anywhere across the front three and the sharpness in movement and attack which he brings to the table will be lapped up by Pellegrino.
Needless to say, the Swans are trying to get a cheap and reliable replacement of Gylfi Sigurdsson who has left the Liberty Stadium. Chadli would be a ready-made successor of the Icelandic playmaker and he also would command a much lower fee.