Republic of Ireland international Callum Robinson has moved from Sheffield United to West Brom in an exchange deal which sees Oliver Burke join the Blades.
Robinson has agreed a five-year deal with the Baggies after impressing during his loan spell at the club last season.
The 25-year-old scored three goals during the second half of the 2019/20 Championship campaign as Slaven Bilic's side secured automatic promotion to the Premier League.
Robinson will be available for Sunday’s opening top-flight game against Leicester City at The Hawthorns.
We're delighted to announce the signing of @CallumRobinson7 on a five-year contract from Sheffield United in an exchange deal which sees Oliver Burke join the Blades ✍️
Welcome back to the Baggies, Robbo! pic.twitter.com/mX0uuJuCkj
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) September 9, 2020
"I can’t wait to get going," said Robinson.
"Discussions were taking place over the summer but these things take time. I’m thankful it has all been completed and I’m really happy to be back here.
"I really enjoyed my loan spell last season. The Club is a fantastic place to be. It has a real family feel to it. The players, the staff, the fans. Everybody.
"I was fortunate enough to help Albion win promotion to the Premier League and I’m so excited to have the chance to play for this Club in the Premier League."