“Everton Eyes West Brom Midfield Gem Fellows in Potential Summer Move”

“Everton Eyes West Brom Midfield Gem Fellows in Potential Summer Move”

Fellows has made a breakthrough into West Bromwich Albion’s first team this season,

following a loan stint at Crawley Town in League Two last season. With 17 appearances

and his inaugural goal for the club in the recent FA Cup match

against Aldershot Town, Fellows has attracted attention from Everton.

Everton, backed by new owners 777 Group, are considering signing Fellows and potentially

loaning him back to West Brom. Fellows’ contract with West Brom expires in June,

enabling Everton to negotiate a pre-contract agreement with him.

Talks between West Brom and Fellows are ongoing, and

the club is eager to retain the midfielder, who may be swayed by

the prospect of promotion with his childhood team.

While automatic promotion seems challenging this season, a playoff route to

the Premier League remains feasible for West Brom, who currently sit fifth in the Championship.

Everton, facing challenges in the Premier League, with a 10-point

deduction earlier in the season, are positioned 17th in the table.

Fellows, a versatile midfielder, has played in various positions during his time at West Brom.

The decision about his future may be made in the coming weeks due to his contract situation.

Despite Everton’s interest, West Brom is expected to persist in convincing Fellows to stay.

From the writer’s perspective, Fellows’ talent has attracted Everton,

and the allure of the Premier League makes it challenging for West Brom to retain him.

A potential deal involving 777 Group signing Fellows and loaning him back

to West Brom for the next season could be mutually beneficial,

providing Dyche’s side with a highly-rated homegrown midfielder on a free transfer.

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