West Brom boss Clarke admits Rosenberg could go

West Bromwich Albion boss Steve Clarke was pleased with Markus Rosenberg's performance in defeat to Wigan Athletic. Clarke admits the Swedish striker could decide to move on in the summer.

West Bromwich Albion boss Steve Clarke was pleased with Markus Rosenberg's performance in defeat to Wigan Athletic.

Clarke admits the Swedish striker could decide to move on in the summer.

“He’s been a vital member of my squad and he hasn’t had the minutes on the pitch that maybe he has deserved. A lot of that is down to the fact that Lukaku and Long have had great seasons.

“Markus is a striker who likes to play in a central role and the other two got in front of him and didn’t really give him a sniff to get in.

“He has waited patiently for his chance and he showed on Saturday that he’s got the qualities and the determination to show everybody he is still a good player.

“I don’t think the fact Markus hasn’t played for us a lot this year is going to have a great bearing on what we decide to do with him this summer.

“We will sit down at the end of the season and have a chat. Markus will tell me what he thinks honestly, I’ll tell him what I think honestly and then we’ll try to move forward.”

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