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Albion plan early strike
Albion expect to strike early as they seek attacking support for Leo Ulloa.
The club say they already have a forward lined up for a 93-day loan when the window opens on Tuesday.
But the precise timing of the deal could hinge on discussions with head coach Oscar Garcia.
Albion need a striker after losing Ashley Barnes, Craig Mackail-Smith and Will Hoskins to injury.
Barnes’ hip problem is the least serious injury of the three but there is no indication as to when he will return.
Albion go to Reading a week tomorrow when action resumes after the international break.
A new signing could be involved at the Madejski Stadium – but Albion will also take into account when a 93-day deal would end.
The Seagulls are content with their work in the summer transfer window and head of football operations David Burke confirmed fans could expect to see quick action in the loan market.
He said: “We have always got players lined up and we have got three forwards injured.”
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