Choudhury offered on loan to Newcastle, West Brom and Southampton
Hamza Choudhury offered on loan to Newcastle, West Brom and Southampton with Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers willing to consider offers for England U21 midfielder
- Hamza Chodhury has made ten appearances for Leicester City this season
- Most of the 23-year-old midfielder’s minutes have come in the Europa League
- Newcastle manager Steve Bruce is a big fan of the England U21 international
- Sam Allardyce also wants a holding midfielder at West Brom for this season
Newcastle United, West Brom and Southampton have been offered the chance to sign Hamza Choudhury on loan for the season.
The 23-year-old midfielder has made ten appearances for Leicester City this season though most of those have come in the Europa League.
The England U21 international is eager to play more regularly and Brendan Rodgers will consider offers.
Newcastle United, West Brom and Southampton have been offered Hamza Choudhury on loan
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers (left) will consider offers for the 23-year-old midfielder
Newcastle manager Steve Bruce is a big fan of Choudhury and has also been asking about Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori on loan as he works under a restricted budget.
Sam Allardyce also wants a holding midfielder at West Brom but can only add one more domestic loan as they have Conor Gallagher signed for the season from Chelsea. Allardyce wants a striker and a centre-back too.
Greek side PAOK are showing interest in Albion midfielder Filip Krovinovic who is on loan from Benfica but out of favour.
Shortly after being appointed Baggies boss, Allardyce admitted the January transfer window will be important to the club’s hopes of survival, with the club currently six points from safety.
Steve Bruce (left) is a big fan of Choudhury while Sam Allardyce wants a holding midfielder too
‘They (the board) are prepared to get some players, but we need to find where those players are and who wants to let a player go in this pandemic,’ he said.
‘By the time I had finished four weeks and no wins in six games at Crystal Palace, I knew exactly what we needed to do and pushed Steve (Parish) beyond the brink of really where he wanted to go which paid off in the end.
‘It will be a very important part I think and while the players here are trying their very best it is always good when a player sees a new player come in.
‘And then sees that player on the training ground who will make them better. The difficulty is finding that player and we will have to do our best to do that.’
Choudhury has made ten appearances this season, most of them in the Europa League
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