Here's what West Brom's Irish lads should do next season

Here's what West Brom's Irish lads should do next season

WHAT LIES in store for Callum Robinson and Dara O'Shea?

West Brom, alongside Sheffield United and Fulham, have been relegated from the Premier League.

Big Sam could not work his magic on what is quite a talented side, and as a result, they will be playing football in the Championship next year.

Here's what we think West Brom's two Irish lads should do next season:

Dara O'Shea has had an incredible 12 months or so. He went from being on the bench of a Championship side, to being someone who is almost guaranteed a place in the Starting 11 every week in the Premier League.

He has also played so well for Ireland that John Egan and Shane Duffy will have work to do if they want to take his place.

So it seems harsh for the 22-year-old to stop playing at the top level, and given his age and the scope for him to improve - there might be a few clubs chasing him.

Leeds would be a great move for the young defender, and given his energy and composure on the ball, he might fit in well with Bielsa's side. Celtic is another side that would suit him, which would be a great opportunity for one of Ireland's youngest talents to get experience in European football.

Callum Robinson is clearly a good footballer. He is a nuisance for the defense whether or not he's playing for the Baggies or for Ireland. He has lots of ability and it's clear to see.

But his goals in the Premier League have been far too patchy. His recent goal against Southampton was the first time he had scored against a team that's not Chelsea.

A year in the Championship might not be the worst thing in the world for him. A 20-goal season could see him come up with his own side, or attract some interest from the lower half Premier League teams.

We'll be keeping an eye on their movements this summer!