GEORGIOS SAMARAS is looking for a new club – only five months after joining West Brom.
The Greek international left Celtic at the end of the season after seven years at Parkhead.
Scot Alan Irvine persuaded him to join the Hawthorns club after Samaras’ successful World Cup Finals in Brazil.
However, Irvine was sacked last month and his successor, Tony Pulis, doesn’t rate the 29-year-old frontman.
Samaras, who agreed a two-year deal with the Midlands outfit, has failed to start a game for the Baggies since he arrived.
Pulis will listen to offers in this transfer window.
The new gaffer also wants to offload the club’s record signing, Brown Ideye, who cost £10million from Dinamo Kiev in the summer, at the same time.