West Brom boss Alan Pardew reveals Jonny Evans exit fears

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New West Bromwich Albion head coach Alan Pardew says that he has been left encouraged by the work-rate of his players in training. Course not. Do I fear losing him?

There are several clubs reportedly taking an interest in the 29-year-old, including Manchester City, Arsenal, Everton, and West Ham.

"I have some good history with Nicky Hammond in terms of what we did at Reading and I trust him 100 per cent on the transfer front and with the scouting team", said Pardew.

"Jonny's dealt with it in his way". He was terrific for me against Crystal Palace [Pardew's first game in charge, which ended 0-0].

Pardew admitted to being afraid of losing the former Manchester United defender stating that "I'm never confident when you've got great players".

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According to a report in the Daily Mirror, West Bromwich Albion defender Jonny Evans has come on to West Ham United's radar but he would be insane to move to the London Stadium now. "Of course I do".

Albion travel to bottom-of-the-table Swansea on Saturday knowing a win in south Wales would open up a seven-point gap over their opponents.

Evans has 18 months remaining on his contract at The Hawthorns and, while committed to West Brom, it is hard to see the former Manchester United player signing a new deal with the prospect of European football on offer elsewhere.

The Baggies have struggled for goals this season, but when he was asked if he wanted a striker in the window, Pardew said there was enough talent in the squad.

With the return of two first-team players, punters may decide to use their free bet on the Baggies picking up just their third win of the season and easing their relegation fears. We need to win at least nine games.

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