West Brom considers loan offers from Lincoln and Portsmouth for promising goalkeeper Josh Griffiths after England U21 international helped Cheltenham win promotion from League Two
- West Brom considers loan offers for promising goalkeeper Josh Griffiths
- Lincoln and Portmsouth are both interested in signing England U21 star
- The 19-year-old showed his potential when he was loaned to Cheltenham last season seizoen
- The goalkeeper kept 23 clean sheets in 50 games to help them win League Two
West Brom weighs offers from Lincoln and Portsmouth for their promising England Under-21 goalkeeper Josh Griffiths.
Griffiths showed his potential when he was loaned out to Cheltenham last season by keeping 23 clean sheets in 50 games to help them win League Two.
The 19-year-old displays also earned him Cheltenham’s Young Player of the Year award, along with a first call-up to the England Under-21 squad for their Euros group stage campaign in March.
West Brom weighs Lincoln and Portsmouth offers for goalkeeper Josh Griffiths
The 19-year-old’s performance for Cheltenham earned him a call-up to England U21 in March
West Brom are now plotting the next stage of development for their third tier goalkeeping perspective.
Lincoln’s interest comes after they borrowed another Baggies stopper and England youth international, Alex Palmer, last season.
Palmer helped them reach the League One play-off final where they were picked for promotion by Blackpool.
There is another West Brom connection to Lincoln, managed by former Hawthorns midfielder and coach Michael Appleton.
But Lincoln also faces competition from their former manager Danny Cowley, who is now the head coach of Portsmouth.
Griffiths kept 23 clean sheets in 50 games to help Cheltenham win League Two last season