Goalkeeper Ben Foster leaves West Brom for Watford

  • Goalkeeper Ben Foster leaves West Brom for Watford

Goalkeeper Ben Foster leaves West Brom for Watford

West Brom are in a rebuilding process both on and off the pitch and some of the better players were always going to leave this summer, that is inevitable for newly relegated Championship clubs and the same is now happening at both Stoke City and Swansea as players return and talk of big moves hits the headlines.

Sema has been capped five times by his country but is not part of the World Cup squad that will meet England in Saturday's quarter-final.

Foster and former West Brom team-mate Craig Dawson were fined by the club for refusing to go on a pre-season tour amid interest from other clubs.

The 25-year-old has been sent out on numerous loan spells during his time at Manchester United.

Foster helped Watford earn promotion to the Premier League and was voted the Hornet's Player of the Season in the subsequent campaign.

He played a total of 223 games for the club, winning Supporters' Player of the Year three times and Players' Player of the Year twice during a seven-season stay at The Hawthorns.

Meanwhile Brighton have signed RB Leipzig defender Bernardo for an undisclosed fee.

Meanwhile, 24-year-old Sweden global Sema has agreed a five-year deal with the Premier League club. "That's my ambition", Cutler told the club's official website.

"For a young player he already has good experience, having played in the Bundesliga, the Champions League and the Europa League. In my view, he was the best keeper in the Championship last season".