Darren Fletcher injured his leg playing for Scotland over the international break and could be missing for West Brom's match-up with Spurs at the Hawthorns in Week 8.
West Bromwich Albion midfielder Darren Fletcher sustained a dead leg injury while on international duty with Scotland this week.
Darren Fletcher scored his first goal of the season and it was good enough to secure West Brom a 1-0 win over Newcastle at the Hawthorns to close out the first half of the season for both sides.
Darren Fletcher scored his first Premier League goal for West Brom but the Baggies couldn't hold off Leicester City who scored in stoppage time to win 3-2 at the Hawthorns.
Darren Fletcher has been lauded by Tony Pulis for his influence since arriving at the Hawthorns but his fantasy returns haven't matched his manager's opinion of him.
With James Morrison requiring an assessment on his knee, newly arrived January signing Darren Fletcher may move immediately into the West Brom starting line-up in Week 24.
West Brom have signed Scotland midfielder Darren Fletcher on a free transfer from Manchester United.
Jason Burt of the Telegraph is reporting that Darren Fletcher has been granted a free transfer away from Manchester United. West Ham is a rumored destination.
With a glut of central midfielders at Old Trafford and an expiring contract, Darren Fletcher is a wanted man.
Darren Fletcher, who has been more or less out of football since November 2011, made his return yesterday playing for Manchester United's U-21s.