The Baggies complete a loan deal for Amalfitano.
West Bromwich Albion have completed their fifth transfer of the summer by brining in Olympique Marseille winger Morgan Amalfitano on a season’s long loan.
The 28-year-old will be at the Hawthorns on a temporary basis, although there is the option to make the move permanent in 12 months time.
Amalfitano has been a first team regular for Marseille since joining the club from FC Lorient in 2011 and last season helped the side to second in Ligue 1.
The midfielder has also played in the Champions League and the Europa League whilst at the Stade Velodrome and has been capped by France.
West Brom manager Steve Clarke has added the Frenchman to the list of new additions that also includes Nicolas Anelka, Diego Lugano, Matej Vydra and Scott Sinclair.
Due to financial constraints at the Hawthorns, no money has been made available for new players and Clarke has done well to attract such a high calibre of talent.
Fans of the Baggies will be hoping Amalfitano can help turn the club’s fortunes around, after losing two of their three Premier League matches and to date only taking one point from a possible nine.