Gnabry broke into the first team during the opening months of the 2013/14 season, netting his first Premier League goal against Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium in what was an impressive display.
However, like many of our players, Gnabry picked up a severe knee injury and was out for almost 14 months, with the winger returning to feature for the U-21s at the backend of last season.
His potential remains though, and a loan to a Premier League side always looked inevitable. Hopefully it will do the German U-21 star the world of good, and he can return a better player.
Gnabry’s natural ability is unquestionable and his robust nature means that he could thrive in England, with Tony Pulis a perfect manager to learn from in that aspect.
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In a promising West Brom side who’ve made it a philosophy of some sorts to use width, Gnabry could yet become a key man for the Baggies.
Hopefully, the 19-year-old can excel this season and gain invaluable experience in order for him to succeed with us.