WEST Brom’s James McClean will face “internal disciplinary proceedings” after he refused to attend the club’s four-day training camp in Scotland.
The Derry midfielder has been linked with a move away from the Hawthorns to join up with Sky Bet Championship rivals Stoke City.
The Baggies were relegated from the Premiership at the end of the 2017/18 season.
Stoke remain in talks with the Baggies over a deal for the Creggan-born Republic of Ireland international.
But the clubs are still wide apart in their valuations of the player who was voted the Republic’s best player.
Stoke are understood to be prepared to pay £4m, while West Brom want at least £6m for the winger.
McClean follows the stance adopted by Ben Foster and Craig Dawson earlier in the summer as both refused to go on a pre-season training camp to Portugal.
Foster got a move to Watford, Dawson however has been given permission to miss this trip as he’s just become a father.
Dad-of-three James McClean has spent three years at The Hawthorns.
He made 112 appearances for West Brom since joining the club from Wigan.Tags: