West Bromwich Albion have completed the signing of former England international Gareth Barry on a one-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Barry rescinded the chance to re-sign with Everton, deciding to continue his Premier League journey at the Hawthorns.
The veteran, with 628 Premier League matches already under his belt will be hoping he gets the five games required for him to surpass Ryan Giggs (632) as the Premier League’s all-time record appearance maker.
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) August 15, 2017
West Brom will be his fourth Premier League side after previously playing for Everton, Manchester City, and Aston Villa where he spent most of his career.
“I want to come and help the team. That’s always been the same for me wherever I have played.
“I want to help the team improve, work hard and hopefully add quality.”
The 36-year-old becomes Tony Pulis’ 4th signing of the transfer window joining Jay Rodriguez, Ahmed Hegazi, and Chinese international Yuning Zhang, who joined on a two-season loan from Werder Bremen