Cape Town - West
Brom manager Tony Pulis remains determined to bring Leeds defender
Charlie Taylor to the Hawthorns, but not if his fee is decided by a
Taylor's current contract expires in a month's time but he has been
on Leeds' books since the age of 11 and the club would be due
compensation should he leave.
Pulis fears that should they fail to reach an agreement over his fee
and it goes to a tribunal, the Baggies will probably be out of
contention to sign the 23-year-old.
“If it’s going to go to tribunal, we don’t know what the price is and
I think that takes us out of the game,” Pulis stated earlier this
month, according to Express and Star.
“You could go to tribunal and they could put an extraordinary amount
of money on it and you’re stuck with it. It’s a risk that, at this
moment, is not worth taking.”