Report: West Bromwich Albion make loan move for Jack Butland

Jack Butland of Stoke City is seen in goal against the Houston Dynamo during the Dynamo Charities Cup at BBVA Compass Stadium on July 24, 2013
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Jack Butland is attracting interest from West Bromwich Albion who are looking for a new goalkeeper after Ben Foster's injury.

West Bromwich Albion are attempting to sign Jack Butland on loan, reports claim.

Manager Steve Clarke has lost Ben Foster to injury and now wants Stoke City keeper Butland to fill the void.

West Brom believe that they may be able to entice Butland with the offer of first-team football.

The England stopper has been on the bench for Stoke this season, behind Asmir Begovic. He joined the club in January for £3.5m but was loaned straight back to Birmingham City.

The Daily Star claims that with Begovic still at the club, Butland is looking at his options.

However, there could reportedly be issues with the length of any loan deal.

Jack Butland of Stoke City is seen in goal against the Houston Dynamo during the Dynamo Charities Cup at BBVA Compass Stadium on July 24, 2013
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