Nacer Chadli unsure over West Brom future following relegation
By Rory O'Callaghan
Last Updated: 31/05/18 1:59pm
Nacer Chadli admits he is unsure if he will remain at West Brom next season and will wait to learn his World Cup fate with Belgium before deciding his future.
Chadli joined the Baggies in a £13m move from Tottenham in 2016 and enjoyed a successful debut season at the Hawthorns, scoring five goals in 32 appearances for the club.
However, the 28-year-old struggled for fitness throughout the 2017-18 campaign and managed just five games for the club as West Brom were relegated to the Sky Bet Championship.
Chadli has been linked with a summer move away from the Baggies but he insists he won't discuss his future until he finds out whether he has made Belgium's final squad for the upcoming World Cup in Russia.
When asked if he believed he had played his final game for West Brom, Chadli replied: "I don't know.
"At the moment I will try to focus on the next game which is Portugal on Saturday. After that I will see if I'm in the squad for the World Cup.
"I have told my agent already, I won't speak with anybody. If I have to go [and speak], I will go in my holidays and maybe have some meetings."
West Brom confirmed Darren Moore as their new permanent manager earlier this month and Chadli believes the Baggies boss is the right man to lead the club forward.
"Everybody saw what kind of manager he is," said Chadli. "He had some great ideas with the group.
"He spoke a lot about unity which is very important. He had very good results, we had some good games in the last five weeks of the season.
"He brings hope to the club and to everyone around him."