West Brom midfielder Youssuf Mulumbu says he is open for a move away from the Premier League club in the off-season.
The combative former DR Congo international impressed for Roy Hodgson’s former side last season as the Baggies achieved a top-10 finish in the English top flight.
Mulumbu remains confident of securing a move away from the Hawthorns, and revealed that he has already spoken with Tottenham and Newcastle about a possible transfer.
“We have already started talking to teams like Newcastle and Tottenham,” Mulumbu told Mercato 365.
“For now, I’m leaving it all in the hands of my agent and I hope to have good surprises on my return from vacation.”
The 25 year-old has gone on to become a key figure in the West Brom side since making his loan move from Paris Saint-Germain permanent in 2009.
And he believes his form throughout the course of last season has placed him firmly in the sights of other clubs.
“Last year, I thought it would be a little premature to go because it was my first full season,” he said.
“But I confirmed my promise this season. I continued to show all my abilities and I think I now have to look for another challenge. That’s why I hope to join a club in another class.
“I had a good year, I’m pretty confident and I will leave it now to my agent.
“I’m going to go on holiday and come back stronger because I know that another big season lies ahead.”
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