Baggies unable to turn down offers

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West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace has admitted the combined offers of more than £11million for Diomansy Kamara and Jason Koumas were too good to refuse.

Albion accepted a bid of £6million from Fulham for Kamara, who was top scorer with 23 goals for the Baggies last season, and have also agreed to sell midfield playmaker Jason Koumas to Wigan for £5.3million.

Peace said: "We have said all along we will only consider selling players like Diomansy and Jason if we receive head-turning offers and that the deals are in the club´s best interests. We feel these offers mirror those criteria."

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