West Brom will be hoping to fend off competition for highly-rated striker Tom Fellows despite growing interest from Championship rivals Leicester and Southampton
- West Brom are trying to keep hold of promising striker Tom Fellows
- Leicester and Southampton have expressed interest in signing the 20-year-old
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West Bromwich Albion are trying to keep hold of striker Tom Fellows amid increasing interest from Championship rivals Leicester City and Southampton.
The highly rated 20-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and Albion are keen to get him to sign new terms.
Fellows played for the club from Under 10 level and impressed in their youth sides and in the Premier League 2 as he rose through the ranks.
Last season he was loaned out to Crawley Town and featured in the first team under coach Carlos Corberan.
Albion are on the verge of being taken over and the potential new owners have already indicated that they want Fellows to stay, but Leicester and Southampton see an opportunity to acquire a young, versatile player with potential and are keeping an eye on developments for January.
West Brom try to keep hold of promising young striker Tom Fellows (right)
After coming through the club’s academy, the 20-year-old featured in the first team under boss Carlos Corberan
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Fellows has made six appearances this season, mainly from the bench, as Albion sit sixth in the Championship, one point behind Southampton who they play on Saturday and 13 behind leaders Leicester.
Interest is growing among rival Championship clubs who see an opportunity to sign him amid the ongoing West Brom takeover
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