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Reading are closely monitoring the future of West Brom striker Marc-Antoine Fortune, according to Metro.

The 31-year old has not signed a new deal at the Hawthrons, meaning his current contract is set to expire at the end of the season. This has reportedly triggered interest from relegated Reading and Premier League outfit Swansesa City.

Fortune, who was sent off against Southampton last week and also scored in the game, has publicly said he wants to stay with Steve Clarke's side, but his future is in the hands of the club. He has a decent record in the Championship, but may be past his peak for what we are after.

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