West Ham and Leeds have asked about signing the forward; available for just £ 13 million

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According to a report by Spanish media Sport, West Ham United and Leeds have asked Barcelona about the possibility of signing Martin Braithwaite in the January transfer window.

The former Middlesbrough player moved to the Camp Nou for £ 15 million (BBC) in February this year. His transfer generated a lot of controversy as he was outside the transfer window, but La Liga rules allowed it, and Barcelona sealed the deal.

Braithwate was hired to cover up for Ousmane Dembele, who was out with a long-lasting injury. Now that the Frenchman is back, Barcelona want the Dane to leave and, luckily for them, there are interested clubs.

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West Brom, West Ham y Leeds quieren a Braithwaite

The report claims that West Ham and Leeds have inquired about their situation, while West Bromwich Albion is also interested in their services ahead of the January transfer window.

David Moyes’ team currently has Sebastien Haller and Michail Antonio at the top. The latter is injured, while the Frenchman has not fully adjusted to life in the Premier League after his £ 45 million transfer (BBC) from Eintracht Frankfurt last year.

Leeds, on the other hand, has enough firepower up front. Patrick Bamford has done well in the Premier League so far and Rodrigo’s summer signing is settling well on Marcelo Bielsa’s side.

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West Brom is one of the favorites to descend this season. They need all the help they can get, and Braithwaite could give them the firepower they need to get out of the hole they are expected to be in.

The report states that Barcelona is open to sell him in January. They want £ 13.4 million for the forward, which is not such a huge amount for an English club these days.

Braithwaite himself might be interested in moving. You need regular playing time to secure a spot on Denmark’s Euros squad, and if one of the three interested Premier League clubs can offer you that, they’ll probably take it in January.

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