The forward, who represented Sweden at Euro 2012, is a free agent after leaving Werder Bremen at the end of last season following a five-year spell with the German club
By Goal.com Germany
West Brom's move for striker Markus Rosenberg is 90 per cent complete and could be confirmed tomorrow, Goal.com has learned.
The Swede is currently available on a free transfer after completing his second spell with German side Werder Bremen at the end of last season.
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The striker could become Steve Clarke's fourth summer signing, with the Baggies having already recruited Claudio Yacob, Yassine El Ghanassy and Ben Foster since the former Chelsea coach took over.
The Midlands club are looking to consolidate last season's 10th place finish by bolstering their attacking options, with leading forwards Shane Long and Peter Odemwingie both reportedly attracting interest.
Rosenberg has made 33 international appearances for Sweden, scoring on six occasions and lining-up alongside West Brom defender Jonas Olsson.
The 29-year-old started his country's first game of Euro 2012 against co-hosts Ukraine and appeared as a substitute in the following match against England as Erik Hamren's team failed to progress past the group stage.