Sam Field and Cedric Kipre Depart West Bromwich Albion

West Bromwich Albion have seen the departure of Sam Field and Cedric Kipre. Both players have secured deadline day loan moves away from the club.

Sam Field and Cedric Kipre Leave West Bromwich Albion

Field Joins Queens Park Rangers

Twenty-two-year-old midfielder Sam Field has left the club to join Queens Park Rangers in the Championship. The former England U20 international will stay at Loftus Road until the end of the season, alongside striker Charlie Austin.

A supporter of the Baggies, the 2015/16 West Bromwich Albion Academy Player of the Season made his senior debut in 2016 as a late substitute against Liverpool.

Since, he has gone on to make 45 appearances for the club, including five this season, scoring on two occasions.

This will be his second loan spell in the Football League having turned out 18 times for Charlton Athletic in the Championship.

His arrival at QPR will be a boost for Mark Warburton. The Championship outfit also have the option to make the deal permanent in the summer.

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Cedric Kipre Heads to Belgian Pro League

Twenty-four-year-old defender Cedric Kipre has joined Charleroi in the Belgian Pro League. He also leaves the Hawthorns on loan.

The former Leicester City man was only signed by the Baggies in September, signing a four-year deal from Wigan Athletic. During his time with the Latics, Kipre made 77 appearances and scored twice.

During his time at West Brom, the defender has managed just three appearances with two coming in the Carabao Cup and one in the FA Cup.

Incoming’s at West Bromwich Albion

While the two players have left, the Baggies have had a good deadline day. Sam Allardyce has signed Ainsley Maitland-Niles from Arsenal and Okay Yokuslu from Celta Vigo.

Allardyce will be hoping his new additions can help lift the Baggies clear of the relegation zone. Now, the Baggies are nine points from safety with just 12 points and two wins on the board. Their next game is a relegation six-pointer against bottom club Sheffield United.

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