West Brom boss Sam Allardyce has moved to ease the stress on Mbaye Diagne earlier than the striker’s loan move from Galatasaray.
The 29-year-old player, who has scored 11 goals in Turkey this season, is set to join for the rest of the marketing campaign to change into Allardyce’s first signing at The Hawthorns.
Diagne is due to reach on the membership on Friday, though it’s too late to look in Saturday’s crucial visit of fellow Fulham contenders.
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However, with Albion within the backside of the Premier League, Allardyce refused to pin their hopes of survival on the Senegal frontman.
He said: “Hopefully, if all is well, it’ll arrive immediately. Till he walks by the door, I at all times discuss rigorously.
“It has been an extended dialogue and we’ve got lastly discovered somebody who may give us a bit of extra on the entrance line.
“The chance to play within the Premier League is at all times very enticing and taking on the challenge along with her file at Galatasaray is a big ask.
“I congratulated him on taking the chance. It is easy to delay players due to the place we’re.
“There is no assure he’ll turn it on straight away.
“I’ve achieved success within the past however it’s nonetheless a significant component that catching up within the Premier League proper away in January is among the largest duties a player faces.
“We have now yet another loan obtainable from overseas and this country. That shall be our goal, bringing in two extra players on this window. ”
The Baggies have netted 24 goals in eight video games since Allardyce replaced Slaven Bilic last month.
After Tuesday’s 5-0 loss to Manchester City the squad closed within the dressing room and held an inquest an hour after the match.
They’re seven points from security and additionally cruised to the underside side of Sheffield United on Tuesday with Allardyce already focused no less than 4 points to stay within the survival race.
Grady Diangana could possibly be obtainable to face Fulham after a hamstring injury whereas Robert Snodgrass is anticipated to shake a knee.
“They’re video games from which we’ve got to get points. It’s important. If we get the outcome it is catching up on Fulham, Brighton and Newcastle, ”said Allardyce.
“We won’t afford to lose each of those video games but when I start telling players they must win they will get out of the ways we have to use and the best way we have to win.
“We have to focus, if you happen to go after something in life you lose. We should be affected person, resilient and inventive in our possession.
“We can’t underperform in any part of the team.”