West Brom are reportedly set to appoint Alan Pardew as their new manager on Wednesday, according to reports.
The Baggies have not won in their last twelve Premier League matches and have been on the search for a new manager after they sacked Tony Pulis earlier this month.
It is expected Pardew will sign a three-year deal, after being out of the game since December 2016 when he was sacked as Crystal Palace manager.
Pardew’s first game as West Brom boss is set to be at home to previous employers Crystal Palace on Saturday.
He has also managed the likes of Newcastle, where he was named LMA manager of the season in 2012 after guiding them to 5th in the Premier League in the 2011/12 campaign.