Leeds United midfielder Kemar Roofe has reportedly emerged as a summer transfer target for West Bromwich Albion.
Roofe has spent the last two seasons at Elland Road, with the 25-year-old scoring 14 times in 78 appearances in the Championship.
The playmaker's form has led to interest from elsewhere, and according to Football Insider, Roofe may be given the opportunity to return to a former club.
West Brom are said to be considering an approach for Roofe, who came through the academy at The Hawthorns without making a senior outing for the West Midlands outfit.
However, the Baggies could be prepared to make Roofe one of their priority targets, with the player likely to cost more than the reported £3m that Leeds paid Oxford United two years ago.