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Transfer window watch: Albion in hunt to grab Bournemouth ace
Bournemouth's Lewis Grabban is on Albion's target list of strikers to replace Ashley Barnes.
It is unclear whether the Seagulls have so far tabled a bid for Grabban.
But an Argus source has confirmed their interest in the former Millwall and Crystal Palace forward, who was 26 yesterday.
The Argus also understands Grabban has a release clause in his recently signed contract allowing him to speak to another club if they offer £1.1 million.
That has alerted Albion and others to the availability of Grabban, who scored Bournemouth's penalty in their 1-1 draw at The Amex on New Year's Day and impressed as a lone front man.
His career has been rekindled by a move to the Cherries from Rotherham for £300,000 two summers ago.
The spot-kick at The Amex was one of ten goals in 24 games for Grabban this season.
The Argus has previously revealed Cardiff's Joe Mason is a contender to replace Barnes, who was sold to Burnley on Friday.
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