A report claims that Ben Foster and Craig Dawson will be fined by West Bromwich Albion for failing to turn up for the club's pre-season trip abroad.
West Bromwich Albion will reportedly discipline Ben Foster and Craig Dawson after both players refused to join their teammates for pre-season training.
The pair were due to fly out to Portugal earlier this week as part of the Baggies' preparations for the 2018-19 campaign, which will see them compete in the second tier for the first time in eight years.
According to The Telegraph, however, neither turned up for the six-day training camp and West Brom will now punish them for staying at home.
Foster has been linked with a move to Watford and Manchester City this summer, while bids from West Ham United and Burnley for Dawson are said to have been knocked back.
The report claims that the duo are frustrated at Albion's hardline stance over their futures, as they are keen to move on.
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