Under-fire Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood will take the reigns at West Bromwich Albion in the summer, according to reports in the Wolverhampton Express & Star.
It is likely that Spurs will try to replace Sherwood in the summer, after a series of inconsistent performances and a dull playing style, and his next job could be with at the Hawthorns.
A run of poor form has undermined the good start Tottenham made to life under Sherwood's stewardship, with fourth place looking increasingly unlikely for Spurs, with neighbours Arsenal currently eight points ahead.
And the Baggies too have struggled since inexplicably sacking Steve Clarke, with former Real Betis gaffer Pepe Mel finding it hard to settle into the style of English football.
West Brom lie in 16th place as things stand, with just five points separating them and 18th-placed Fulham.
If Mel were to be replaced in the summer, Sherwood would supposedly be the prime target, whilst GiveMeSport understand that Louis Van Gaal is lined up as his replacement.
Mel's tenure has seen just two wins in eleven games, and the indication is that his time could soon be up.
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