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Albion sweat on David Vaughan's decision

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Albion should find out by tomorrow whether they have won the race to sign midfielder David Vaughan.

Albion should find out by tomorrow whether they have won the race to sign midfielder David Vaughan.

The Wales international was set to make a decision today on his summer transfer destination after leaving Blackpool as a free agent.

And the 28-year-old is set to inform the clubs battling for his signature tomorrow whether they have been successful with Albion and Sunderland still the favourites in the race for his free transfer signing.

Albion hope to unveil both Vaughan and Zoltan Gera as Baggies players before they depart on Sunday for their pre-season trip to California and Oregon.

And they are also pressing ahead with their pursuit of goalkeepers in the hope that Scott Carson's replacement could also be in place before they head for the United States.

That hunt continued today with former Baggies keeper Tomasz Kuszczak, West Ham's Robert Green and Newcastle's Steve Harper all on the list of potential signings.

Portugal No.1 Eduardo, of Genoa, has also been discussed at The Hawthorns although he is not near the top of the transfer hit-list.

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