Everton midfielder Gareth Barry Ready To Sign For West Brom
Gareth Barry will join West Brom from Everton on Tuesday.
Goodison Park boss Ronald Koeman agreed to let the 36-year-old midfielder move after he told him of his desire to play week in, week out.
And that opened the door for Baggies chief Tony Pulis, who has been tracking the former England star all summer.
Barry, who has made 628 Premier League appearances, is on the brink of passing Ryan Giggs’ record of 632.
And he will now be wearing West Brom’s stripes rather than Everton blue when he does it.
Barry, who won 53 England caps, joined Everton from Manchester City in 2014 after a season-long loan.
He won the Premier League and FA Cup with City, and in the 2016-17 campaign he was voted Player of the Season and Players’ Player of the Season at Everton.