West Brom boss Tony Pulis is keen to sign Leeds United defender Charlie Taylor in January, reports the Daily Telegraph.
The Baggies head coach will reportedly bid £4m for the left-back, who has rejected a new deal at Elland Road.
West Brom made an offer for the 23 year-old in the summer after his written transfer request was rejected, while Burnley manager Sean Dyche also failed to sign him.
But Pulis is ready to return with a second bid for the former England U19 international after being given the green light for new signings by owner Guochuan Lai. Albion sent a senior member of their recruitment department to watch Taylor in Leeds’ game at Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday.
Albion are still short of a genuine left-sided defender and Pulis has used right-back Allan Nyom to fill the position.
Pulis held talks with Lai and chairman John Williams last week as the club plot their strategy for the January window, with another striker thought to be a priority.