The West Brom boss has admitted what we all suspected: Robson-Kanu was a 3am snog.
"To try and say they were the five that I wanted, that's wrong," says Pulis. Ouch.
Harry Kane a target for Milan, Chelsea want Ben Gibson or Michael Keane, Stephane Sessegnon to Everton
Mahrez to score vs Liverpool, Arsenal to pump Southampton, United vs City to be tight...
Barcelona give up on Bellerin, Hodgson to West Brom, Ivanovic on his way out...
Adebayor back to Spurs (no, but kind of please yes), Gibbs wants Arsenal exit, Caceres to Chelsea...
West Brom have handed trials to Chamakh and Sissoko with a view to signing them as free agents.
Man United have two targets for January. Berahino is off again. Sissoko to WBA? No, no that one.
One club spent over £150million to only name 20 players. Poor Tony Pulis can only name 19.
West Brom chairman blames Pulis for changing targets late on deadline day for failure to land a midfielder.
Summer spending by Premier League clubs passed the £1billion barrier for the first time.
By the end of the transfer window 13 clubs had broken their transfer record. It's not pretty for some.
Did United have the best window? Arsenal, Wilshere, Liverpool, Chelsea, Everton, Levy, Stoke and more...
Watford right-back Allan Nyom joins in a £3million deal with the club in talks with Hal Robson-Kanu.
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