Barry signs for West Brom


Everton midfielder Gareth Barry has sealed for West Brom for an undisclosed fee.

The 36-year-old midfielder, who had one year left on his Everton contract, arrived during a Hawthorns on an initial one-year deal.

Barry missed Everton’s Premier League opener opposite Stoke on Saturday with an ankle injury.

The 36-year-old has racked adult 628 Premier League appearances in 21 seasons with Aston Villa, Manchester City and Everton. He is 5 appearances brief of Ryan Giggs’ all-time record of 632 EPL games.

“I wish to come and assistance a team. That’s always been a same for me wherever we have played,” Barry said. “I wish to assistance a group improve, work tough and hopefully supplement quality.”

West Brom trainer Tony Pulis pronounced a gifted former England general would fill a hole left by former captain Darren Fletcher, who left for Stoke in a summer.

“There was a large blank when we mislaid ‘Fletch’ and Gareth will fill that void,” pronounced Pulis. “He unequivocally wants to play and I’m unequivocally looking brazen to operative with him.”

“He’s a illusory actor and we consider his opinion towards personification is unequivocally gauged by a fact that Everton had offering him a two-year agreement to stay there.

Barry is West Brom’s fourth signing of a summer after Jay Rodriguez, Zhang Yuning and Ahmed Hegazi.


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