The former Argentina international has become very out of sorts at the London Stadium as he has played just 7% of the minutes available to him in the Premier League this season. He played 30 times in the English top tier last campaign, though, with five goals and three assists that term. Moving to Argentina may suit him more, but he would thrive in the Championship.The former Argentina international has become very out of sorts at the London Stadium as he has played just 7% of the minutes available to him in the Premier League this season. He played 30 times in the English top tier last campaign, though, with five goals and three assists that term. Moving to Argentina may suit him more, but he would thrive in the Championship.
The former Argentina international has become very out of sorts at the London Stadium as he has played just 7% of the minutes available to him in the Premier League this season. He played 30 times in the English top tier last campaign, though, with five goals and three assists that term. Moving to Argentina may suit him more, but he would thrive in the Championship. | Getty Images

14 soon-to-be free agents available to West Brom - including forgotten Man Utd man - transfer gallery

With the summer transfer window approaching, West Brom will be keeping an eye on the free agents market - especially with these 14 names set to be available.

West Bromwich Albion had a heartbreaking end to the season as they just about missed out on finishing in a Championship play-off position, but the Baggies can now look ahead to next campaign.

It’s been a remarkable recovery job from Carlos Corberan so far and the Spaniard will be keen to add some additions to the squad to better West Brom’s chances of going one step further.

Financially, Albion aren’t in a very good position and so the free agents market may have to be where a lot of the new signings are found. Loans are another potential route, but players with contracts expiring soon will definitely be looked at.

With that in mind, we’ve taken a look across England and Europe at just over a dozen soon-to-be free agents who could theoretically make a move to The Hawthorns. Flick through the pages to take a look.

Financially, Albion aren’t in a very good position and so the free agents market may have to be where a lot of the new signings are found. Loans are another potential route, but players with contracts expiring soon will definitely be looked at.

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