Kenneth Zohore’s time at West Brom has really confirmed to be a catastrophe and Steve Bruce should look to eliminate the striker as he continues to steal a wage on the Hawthorns.
Expectations have been excessive when former Baggies boss Slaven Bilic paid £8m to signal the Danish ahead from Cardiff Metropolis in 2019 however he has struggled to ever set up himself as a daily goalscorer with the membership, hitting simply 5 objectives in 23 appearances.
Ought to Zohore be launched?
He’s clearly not fancied on the Hawthorns, as he spent the 2020/21 season on mortgage with Millwall, the place he additionally did not impress, managing simply three objectives in 19 outings for the Lions.
Final season noticed the 28-year-old handle solely 22 minutes of Championship motion underneath each Valerian Ismael and Bruce, which emphasises that he’s properly and really surplus to necessities within the Midlands.
Even this season, which has seen the Baggies battle a lot in entrance of objective, as they sit in twenty first regardless of an spectacular xG rating which ranks them prime of the anticipated objectives desk, Bruce has nonetheless not known as on Zohore.
The Dane is clearly an outcast on the membership and it appears exceptional that he wasn’t moved on in the course of the summer time, because it now appears probably that he’ll depart on a free switch when his contract expires on the finish of the present marketing campaign.
Throughout his time with Cardiff Metropolis, Neil Warnock labelled Zohore as “lazy” and sadly for the Baggies, that is the participant they’ve seen for the previous three seasons, slightly than the one which hit 21 objectives and registered ten assists in two seasons for the Bluebirds.
In addition to the £8m switch charge, West Brom have been paying the Danish striker £22.5k per week for the previous 165 weeks, leading to an added £3,712,500 in wages.
Which means that the Baggies have basically wasted £11.7m on Zohore, as he appears to be like prone to depart the membership for nothing having made little or no impression throughout his three years on the Hawthorns.