West Brom's new £46.3m squad market value as Celtic, West Ham & Bristol City men valued

TransferMarkt have made some eyebrow-raising valuations of West Brom players.

West Brom were one of the most active Championship teams in the January transfer window - despite being hamstrung by off-the-field issues.

Three new signings arrived at The Hawthorn's over the last month and a bit. Andi Weimann was the first to arrive as he joined from Championship rivals Bristol City. He's previously of Aston Villa and Wolves but enjoyed scoring the winner against Birmingham City and basked in the glory in front of Blues supporters at the weekend.

Highly rated striker Callum Marshall joined from West Ham having impressed for the Hammers in the Premier League 2. The young forward has already made his international debut for Northern Ireland and has shown potential that he can go far in the game.

A winger was a must given the injury to Matt Phillips and so Mikey Johnston arrived on a season-long loan from Celtic. WBA's forward line has suffered various injuries over the course of the campaign and so all additions will at some point be needed with Carlos Corberan requiring depth if they are to maintain this push for the play-offs.

There's an uncertainty over the club ownership but at least Corberan was backed this month, and you have to applaud him for where he's got the club to this point. Last summer he lost Dara O'Shea to Burnley, and whilst in an ideal world you would keep your best players, there might be the need to sell some of the big guns in the summer should the ownership situation continue.

Despite the transfer window now being shut until June, the talk of transfers is always going to at least be in the background. With the squad finalised from now until the end of the campaign, we can now see what the squad is worth. Thanks to TransferMarkt, who consider all kind of things such as how much time is left on their contract and their current form. Here we see who's the most valuable player in the squad should WBA ever wish to cash in.

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