The loss of influential midfielder James Morrison for the next month at least has lead Tony Pulis to dip into the loan market as he enters into conversation with Queens Park Rangers over a possible deal for Sandro.
The Welshman is keen to add more Premier League experience to West Brom but he is on a budget being unable to get players like Christian Gamboa out of the club has left Pulis with only loan options available while Serge Gnabry is also stuck in B71 on loan.
A deal for Sandro will be until the end of the season as the Brazilian has been limited to just a handful of appearances this season following VISA issues.
Morrison ruptured his Hamstring early in the game against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, Albion continued with Craig Gardner in the role and drew 2-2 but The Baggies have struggled to create since with just one shot on target since the Chelsea game, that shot was a goal from Salomon Rondon in the 1-0 win over Bristol City in the FA Cup, a game sandwiched between a 3-0 loss to Southampton and a dull 0-0 against local rivals Aston Villa.
That may not be the only move Albion make according to the Telegraph with another loan signing targeted in the left back role that Chris Brunt and Jonny Evans have kept between them through the season.