COMMENT By Emma Sanders
On-loan defender Brendan Galloway must consider his career options in January and a permanent move away from Everton could be his best bet.
The Everton defender is currently on loan at West Brom but has been overlooked in for the past six Premier League games, with Pulis opting to use Allan Nyom in the left-back position.
Speculation regarding a possible transfer for Leeds star Charlie Taylor has also heightened suggestions Pulis is unhappy with his current full-back options.
Galloway could be forced to make a premature return to Everton in January and he should consider his career options seriously if that situation arises.
The England Under-21 international has not played for the Baggies since their 4-2 victory against West Ham at the end of September and is in desperate need of regular first-team action.
The 20-year-old needs to seek further options otherwise he could see out the rest of the season on the bench and that could have a devastating impact on his career.
He has made 21 first team appearances for Everton since signing two-and-a-half years ago and his last Premier League appearance came in December 2015.
For that reason he should consider a permanent move away from Goodison Park in January.
According to the Telegraph, he was linked with a move to Newcastle in the summer and a number of Championship clubs could renew their interests, giving the youngster some options going forward.
In order for his career to progress, he must leave West Brom in January and seek a permanent move to one of his suitors before another unsuccessful loan spell deters any future interest.
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