West Brom could be without Grady Diangana until the end of January after he injured his hamstring in the 3-2 win against Birmingham on Saturday, according to Claret & Hugh.
The West Ham news website claims that while Albion are hopeful that Diangana, 21, could return to fitness in the next two weeks, there is a chance that he will be sidelined until the end of next month after he suffered a suspected hamstring injury at St Andrew’s.
Diangana has been in superb form during his loan spell at The Hawthorns but there are worries that West Ham will recall the England Under-21 international in January due to their poor form in the Premier League.
Diangana has scored five goals and supplied six assists in 20 appearances across all competitions for West Brom, with one of his goals coming in the win at Birmingham on Saturday before he was forced off in the 40th minute.
It would not be a huge shock if West Ham did recall the young attacker based on how well he is playing in the Championship but if his injury is as bad as this report suggests it might be, Saturday could have been the final time fans got to see Diangana in a West Brom shirt.
In other West Brom news, AC Milan have joined the hunt to sign this Albion star.