Dorrans could leave West Brom in January, says Clarke

The midfielder has been restricted to 12 games so far this season since falling down the pecking order at the Hawthorns, and has been told he can leave if the right offer arrives

West Brom manager Steve Clarke has revealed that Graham Dorrans could leave during the January transfer window if the club receive a "suitable offer".

The Scotland international has seen first-team chances limited since Steve Clarke’s appointment at the Hawthorns at the start of the season, with the new manager preferring a central midfield pair of Youssouf Mulumbu and Claudio Yacob.

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Dorrans was left out of the 18-man matchday squad that faced Manchester United on New Year’s Day and, following a conversation with Clarke two weeks ago, the midfielder is thought to prefer a move back to Scotland where he started his career.

"I had amicable discussion with Graham and we agreed if suitable offer came along for him we would look at it," Steve Clarke told reporters.

Dorrans, a former target for West Ham, has 18 months left to run on his current deal.