West Bromwich Albion may let Jonas Olsson run his contract down.
The Sweden international is in the final 12 months of his contract at the Hawthorns, and he has been linked with both Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United this summer.
Olsson joined the Baggies for £800,000 four years ago, and with reports suggesting the two London clubs are prepared to pay £4million, there is a possibility of a good profit.
However, Albion technical director Dan Ashworth is looking at it from a different perspective, and may decide to let the 29-year-old defender run down his contract.
“There wasn't a huge outlay on a transfer fee so we don't need to make a huge amount of money back if we decided to run the contract down,” he told the Express & Star.
"We would have to weigh it up and decide. It's a difficult one to answer because we haven't had any offers for him and I don't want to sell him."
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