West Brom have beaten Crystal Palace to the signing of RB Leipzig winger Oliver Burke.

Burke, 20, was on Eagles boss Frank de Boer’s radar, with the club seeking a replacement for the injured Wilfried Zaha.

The Scotland international joins West Brom in a £15m deal, just a year after leaving for RB Leipzig.

Burke made his name with impressive performances for Nottingham Forest, which earned him a move to the German club.

But he failed to make any impact in the Bundesliga, and RB Leipzig manager Ralph Hasenhutt lost faith in the forward.

Burke made just five league starts, scoring once.

Speaking about his latest signing, West Brom chief Tony Pulis said: “We're delighted to see him at the Albion.

“He's clearly a talented young footballer and we believe this is the kind of signing that will excite our fans.

“We're all looking forward to seeing him in action.”