Some West Bromwich Albion supporters want rid of Kenneth Zohore to part-fund a move for the Huddersfield Town striker, Karlan Grant.

Sheffield Wednesday are in discussions with West Brom about a season-long loan for the 26-year-old, according to Yorkshire Live.

It comes after Zohore was followed on Instagram by Att Chansiri, son of the Owls chairman Dejphon Chansiri.

Zohore scored five goals in 20 games for West Brom last season, following his £8 million move from Cardiff City.

But the following Baggies fans are keen to see the back of the Dane – especially if is sale leads to the arrival of Grant, for whom The Birmingham Mail claims their side have already bid £16m.

Huddersfield Town v Bradford City
Grant in action for Huddersfield. (Photo by William Early/Getty Images)

A few of those would like to see him sold rather than loaned, however, or even offered to Huddersfield as part of a deal for Grant.

Suggestions of that happening, though, are wide of the mark at present, according to Yorkshire Live.

The Northern Echo claimed earlier this month that Middlesbrough made an attempt to reunite Zohore with his former Cardiff manager, Neil Warnock.

But Boro are now closing in on a different striker target, according to Football Insider.

The website claims the former Arsenal man, Yaya Sanogo, has agreed a free transfer move to The Riverside Stadium and will undergo a medical at the club on Thursday.

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