West Brom are reportedly facing competition from three other Premier League teams to sign Ahmed Musa.
Musa has been in England since last week and is said to have impressed Sam Allardyce as the Baggies try to sign the striker until the end of the season.
The Nigerian reportedly underwent medical treatment to receive conditions.
However, a report in the Daily Mail claims that Burnley, Southampton and Brighton are among the clubs that are keeping an eye on the situation. Musa’s former club CSKA Moscow is also interested.
The report claims the Baggies will need to free up money to complete the signing – who can join the club outside of the transfer window because they’re a free agent.
West Brom have completed the signings of Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Okay Yukuslu, Mbae Diagne, Robert Snodgrass and Andy Lonergan during the January transfer window.
The signings are said to mean the budget is now gone, which means the Baggies may have to remove winger Kamil Grosicki from the club before signing Musa.
Legia Warsaw are said to be interested in the player, the Polish transfer window will remain open until February 24th.
It is reported that Musa is now considering pursuing other options with other clubs circling.
The 28-year-old had already got a glimpse of Premier League football when he was unsuccessful in Leicester City in 2017.
Musa has scored five goals in 33 games for the club in all competitions.