West Brom manager Sam Allardyce has disclosed that his transfer plans have already been derailed by the new Brexit rules: the Baggies were forced to pull out of three deals after it became apparent that work permits would not be granted to the players.
After it became apparent the players would not be granted work permits, the Baggies were forced to withdraw three players. Points will be rewarded at the sale club after Britain split from the European Union on New Year’s Eve for senior and youth performances, club appearances and pedigree. “I’ve already found three players who could come here and they’re not allowed. It’s a shame. “They couldn’t come to this country because of the new rules in terms of approval, while they would have (before). I need to look at it and wonder,’ Will he apply for it? ‘It made life a bit more complicated. It is not so much the pandemic, because of the Brexit deal, it’s the change in laws. We’ll do what we can, and the most difficult window I’ve ever worked in will be finding a player in this pandemic. “We’ll do what we can, and finding a player in this pandemic will be the most difficult window I’ve ever worked in. ” “Whatever player comes in has to be better than what we have and be able to contribute to the team straight away. “On Saturday, Albion suffered another heavy home loss to the Gunners, having gone down 5-0 to Leeds earlier. Alexandre Lacazette of Arsenal is in fine form (Michael Regan/PA). After Kieran Tierney and Bukayo Saka had given the visitors a comfortable lead at the break, Alexandre Lacazette scored a second half brace. “After their third straight win, the Gunners climbed to 11th and are three points off the top six having played another game. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang failed to score and scored only once in his last eight games, but coach Mikel Arteta is pleased to share the goals with his players. He said, “I keep saying we can not put all the pressure on the shoulders of Auba to score. The midfielders need to score more.