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Dates to Remember: When Every West Bromwich Albion's Player Contract Is Due to Expire

As the end of the season is approaching, West Brom will start to decide on the future of several players who are reaching the final year of their contract.


The Baggies have potentially seven players who are out of contract in the summer, that is if their inevitable relegation from the Premier League is confirmed. It looks set to be a busy summer of rebuilding for West Brom and will have to decide who will stay with them in their plans.


Here is when every single West Brom first-team player's contract is going to expire.

1. Expiring 30th June 2018

James Morrison (MF) - Been at the club for nearly 11 years, the Scottish international has been an important player for West Brom through the years. However, injuries have restricted to Morrison to just six appearances in all competitions and looks set to leave in the summer when his contract runs out.


Claudio Yacob (MF) - Another player who has been at the club for several years, the Argentinian has often been linked with big clubs in the past. With West Brom looking like they will drop into the Championship, the player and the club look like they will go their separate ways. The player does have an option of a final year, but is unlikely to take it.


Chris Brunt (MF) - Just like Morrison, Brunt signed in August 2007 and has been an important of the side for many years. As the player is now 33, he may be looking at different challenges and also looks set to leave on a free this summer despite having the option of another year.


Boaz Myhill (GK) - Has hardly played because of Ben Foster in goal, Myhill will be looking to find a new club in order to find first team football and try and force his way back into the Welsh national side.


Gareth McAuley (DF) - At 38 years of age, the defender may have played his last match for the Baggies. Could eventually end up in a coaching role at the club.

2. Expiring 30th June 2019

Jonny Evans (DF) - Technically, the former Manchester United defender's contract has a year to go. However, if the Baggies do eventually get relegated, Evans has a relegation release clause and will leave the club on the cheap. Like, really cheap. The player has been linked with Arsenal and Manchester City this season and will expect to still be playing his football in the Premier League next season.


Gareth Barry (MF) - Just signed a contract extension, West Brom will hope that Barry's experience will help the club have a successful season, presumably in the Championship.


Salomon Rondon (FW) - The club will look to sell the forward as he only has one year on his contract remaining. His wages would be too high for West Brom to keep him if they do get relegated, so will be hoping that the striker moves on in the summer.


Ben Foster (GK) - A valuable member of the squad, the keeper may want to leave West Brom to try and force his way back into England contention by being at a Premier League club next season.


James McClean (MF) - Has an option to extend his contract by a further year, the winger could be an important player for West Brom in the Championship next season. Often linked with a move to Scottish champions Celtic, the Irishman may want a new challenge and tempt the club to sell him.


Jonathan Leko (FW) - A young player with potential at just 19 years of age, the attacker will be looking to have a breakthrough season at West Brom next season, especially if they are playing in the Championship. The club are more likely to extend his current deal than sell him. 

3. Expiring 30th June 2020

Nacer Chadli (MF) -  Hardly played all season. The club will look to sell him on in the summer and get him off the wage bill.


Matt Phillips (MF) - At 27, the winger is currently in his prime and will want to be playing in the Premier League next season. West Brom will look to take advantage and sell the Scottish international before his value drops.


Craig Dawson (DF) - Has been at the club for eight years, and the club will hope the defender will stay to try and get the Baggies back to the Premier League when they go down.


Allan Nyom (DF) - Signed last season from Watford, the full-back has become a first team regular for the Baggies.  Even if the club do go down they will want Nyom to be an integral part of the side for the rest few years.


Hal Robson-Kanu (FW) - Spent most of his West Brom career being a bit-part player, the Welsh international could find himself a starring role next season in the Championship.  The club are unlikely to sell the forward.

4. Expiring June 30th 2021

Jay Rodriguez (FW) - With loads of time left on his contract, Rodriguez could be a major first-team player for West Brom. The club may be tempted to try and sell the forward however, due to his wages.


Jake Livermore (MF) - The midfielder will want to leave the club to stay in England contention. Unlikely to see out his contract and will look to leave in the summer.


Kieran Gibbs (DF) - Another Baggies player who will want to continue to play Premier League football. Very unlikely to see out his contract - although suitors may be hard to come by.


Sam Field (MF) - The midfielder could have a big part to play next season if West Brom are playing in the Championship and will want to force his way in the team over the next couple of seasons.

5. Expiring 30th June 2022

Oliver Burke (MF) - The Scottish youngster signed last summer from RB Leipzig. He has been used mostly as a substitute, West Brom have high hopes for the winger and plans to have him at the club beyond his current deal. Next season Burke will be looking to become a guaranteed first team regular.


Ahmed Hegazy (DF) - Also signed last summer, the Egyptian has been a key member of the first team this season and the club would love him to stay beyond the summer. Could be hard to keep him with the club unlikely to be in the Premier League next season, but his long contract will offer him little leverage to force a move.