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“They Might Offer…” – West Bromwich Albion Star Opens Up On Future

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Despite his contract with Bristol City ending at the end of the season, West Bromwich Albion player Andreas Weimann has disclosed that he is not anxious about his future.

Under the direction of former Manchester United manager Ralf Rangnick, the attacker is currently serving on the international scene with the Austria national team. He will be looking to make an impression on the German coach in advance of the summertime start of EURO 2024.

Weimann played at Ashton Gate for the first half of the season, but he was unable to establish himself in a failing team. The seasoned striker joined the Hawthorns on a six-month loan in mid-January as head coach Carlos Corberan sought to strengthen his offensive unit in the midst of a promotion fight.

The 32-year-old hasn’t exactly made an impression in the West Midlands, but he has still scored two goals in ten games for the Baggies—one more than he had in twice as many games against Bristol City.

After his loan stint at West Bromwich Albion ends, the former Derby County and Aston Villa striker’s contract expires in the summer. There haven’t been any rumors that the Robins are trying to offer him a new contract before the season ends.

Weimann did, however, acknowledge in an interview with the German publication Kicker that he is not concerned about his uncertain future and is now enjoying playing for West Brom as Corberan’s team competes for a spot in the Premier League the following season [quotes via Sport Witness]:

“If all goes according to plan, they might make me an offer for a contract, and if not, it still doesn’t seem too horrible that I might wind up playing for promotion again with another team,” he stated.

“I’m not under any strain or stress. We’re playing for something right now, and I like that. We’ll see in the summer.

There’s still time for Weimann to show Corberan that he’s capable of playing at the greatest level once more, like he did at Villa Park. The management might be inclined to extend this low-risk agreement if the Austrian performs well in the final few weeks because his contract expires in the summer.

After the international break, West Bromwich Albion supporters can anticipate a refreshed and motivated Weimann, one who will be eager to participate at the Euros in what is probably his final tournament for his country and will be wanting to stay at The Hawthorns next season.

According to the official West Bromwich Albion website, Andreas Weimann has signed a contract to play for the rest of the season on loan from Championship opponent Bristol City. In the January transfer window, Corberan added Austrian international striker Andreas Weimann to The… to further improve his squad’s firepower.

In an attempt to strengthen their front lineup before the January transfer window closes, West Bromwich Albion is reportedly considering a double offensive raid. In recent weeks, the Baggies have shown a lot of inconsistency. Although Carlos Corberan’s team is in fifth position in the Championship,
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