It would make gentry day a bit interesting!If West Brom agreed compensation with the club, and then promised to double AN's wages would he hesititate?
If he stayed, he's be a better man than most people on this forum.
I don't think he'll go. But this romantic notion of not abandoning players is not the reason.
Earlier this season many of us wanted to give him the push. Loyalty goes both ways. Or neither.
I also think one of the reasons Neil and Johnson are mentioned in the running for the WBA job is a clumsy attempt to destabilise our play off push.
If, and when, somebody does come calling (and they will) someone might want to point out Simon Grayson's career since he left for a 'bigger club'