West Brom are on the verge of signing QPR winger Matt Phillips after agreeing a £5 million transfer fee with his club according to the Express.
The report claims that Philips is expected to undergo a medical at West Brom over the next 48 hours and put pen-to-paper before the Albion leave England for their pre-season training program in Austria next Thursday.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis refused QPR’s initial £10 million valuation for the 25-year-old midfielder last summer, say the Express.
QPR appeared keen to accept Albion’s lower valuation as he has just another year remaining on his contract.
Phillips scored eight times and provided five assists for QPR in 44 Championship appearances last season.
The Scotland international has four international caps since making his debut back in 2012.
The Express report also claims that West Brom will keep hold of star striker Saido Berahino despite interest from Premier League rivals Stoke, Southampton as well as Watford.
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