Davies wants Baggies resolution
By Peter ORourke
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
West Brom's Curtis Davies is hoping that the club will agree a deal to let him move on.West Brom's Curtis Davies is hoping that the club will agree a deal to let him move on.
The talented central defender is keen to secure a move to the Premier League as he looks to enhance his international ambitions.
Davies is being chased by a host of top clubs with the likes of Arsenal, Tottenham and Newcastle all credited with an interest in the England Under 21 international.
The former Luton man has had a transfer request rejected by West Brom with the club reluctant to sell their prized asset.
Davies' representative Phil Sproson says the player is set to hand in another request when he returns from holiday and is hoping a Premier League club will meet West Brom's valuation of him.
"We are more than likely to hand in another transfer request when Curtis returns from holiday," Sproson told skysports.com.
"We expect that to be rejected again by West Brom.
"Curtis just wants to play in the Premier League as he wants to keep improving.
"We just hope a top club will come in and agree a fee with West Brom to enable Curtis to move to the Premier League."