Slaven Bilic remains hopeful that West Brom will resolve their striker pursuit before the transfer window – despite the fact that his side have scored five goals in their last two games. Albion, who are hamstrung by a limited budget, have been trying to find a way of structure deals that both suits them and is agreeable from the selling club’s perspective. Bilic has made no secret of his desire to possess a new attacking option before the closure of the window, and reiterated that stance this weekend.
Slaven Bilic said “I can only hope at this moment – I think something will happen because we need it, I’ve said it from the beginning, I keep saying that and I hope the owners will recognise the situation – even after the Chelsea game – and try to strengthen our team. Make no mistake – we do not have a problem attracting players, There are a lot of players who would love to join. The problem is the budget. Hopefully there will be some movement. A lot of deals will happen in the last week or two.”
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