Hawthorns boss thinks two Johnson’s are better than one.
West Bromwich Albion manager Roy Hodgson is preparing a double swoop for Fulham striker Andy Johnson and Leeds United midfielder Bradley Johnson.
The Daily Mirror reports Hodgson wants to be reunited with the 30-year-old hit-man he took to Craven Cottage in a £10.5million deal from Everton in 2008.
He will put in a £4million bid for Johnson, who has struggled with injuries and is now considering his future in West London.
Sky Sports understands Hodgson is also preparing a move for Leeds hero Bradley Johnson.
The 24-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and turned down a three-year deal to stay at Elland Road in November.
Hodgson is a known admirer of the player and believes he will a quality addition to the squad.
But he will face competition from a number of Premier League clubs including Wigan, Stoke City and Bolton Wanderers.