Hellas Verona manager Andrea Mandorlini could be in the frame to replace Steve Clarke as West Bromwich Albion boss, it has emerged

Having parted company with Clarke earlier this week, the Baggies have been linked with a number of replacements to manage the team, with recent reports suggesting that former Manchester United striker and current Molde manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be the favourite.

However, SportsDirect News understands West Brom are also hoping to open talks with Mandorlini, who has worked wonders with Verona in recent times, guiding them back to the top flight from the third tier of Italian football in the space of just three seasons.

Mandorlini’s side have also impressed upon their return to Serie A, and currently occupy sixth place in the table after eight wins from their first 16 games.

The 53-year-old has also won titles in the lower divisions of Italian football, as well as with Romanian side CFR Cluj in the 2009/10 season.
Although relatively inexperienced at the top level, West Brom are thought to be admirers of his work, and may consider him if their other options are not easily

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