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West Brom make Adolfo Gaich enquiry?

West Brom make Adolfo Gaich enquiry?
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West Bromwich Albion will reportedly consider a move for San Lorenzo striker Adolfo Gaich if they earn promotion to the Premier League.

San Lorenzo forward Adolfo Gaich has reportedly emerged as a potential transfer target for West Bromwich Albion.

After making a name for himself in Argentina, Gaich has been linked with a switch to Manchester United over the past 12 months.

However, while a switch failed to materialise, it appears that the 21-year-old may still be presented with an opportunity to move to England.

According to TyC Sports, West Brom could make an approach for his services if they are able to earn promotion to the Premier League.

Ahead of a possible resumption for the Championship, the Baggies sit in second position, holding a six-point advantage in the automatic promotion places.

Gaich is said to have a release clause in the region of £12m, allegedly leading to interest from Inter Milan, Atalanta BC and Genk.

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