IRELAND winger James McClean looks set to join Stoke City in a deal which could rise to as much as £6million.
The 29 year-old winger is in Stoke this afternoon to finalise the move and put an end to a turbulent spell at the Hawthorns.
McClean scored four goals in 99 appearances for the club and failed to win the fans over.
But new Stoke manager Gary Rowett is a fan and tried to sign the Derryman in January whilst still in charge of Derby County.
Meanwhile, defender John Egan has signed for Sheffield United in a £4 million deal.
The Cork-born star joins from Brentford - who narrowly missed out on a play-off spot in the championship under his captaincy last year.
It is a return to Bramall Lane for the 25 year-old, who previously made one appearance whilst on loan from Sunderland back in 2012.
I am absolutely delighted to have signed for @SUFC_tweets today. I can’t wait to get started and be part of this great club. Looking forward to getting going with the lads now can’t wait to see you all at the Lane! ⚔️😀🔴⚪️ pic.twitter.com/8LLj2M2r9o
— John Egan (@JohnEgan92) July 19, 2018
Egan has earned two caps for Martin O’Neill’s Ireland side since 2017, when he made his debut versus Iceland at the AVIVA.
He comes from a sporting family, father John was a six-time All-Ireland winner with Kerry between 1975 -84.