The Baggies will allow Tony Pulis to make the final decision over Saido Berahino’s future.
West Bromwich Albion will leave the final decision over the future of exciting young striker Saido Berahino to the club’s new head coach Tony Pulis, report the Express, with the Baggies potentially set to cash in on the England Under 21 international as Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur sniff around.
Berahino has been West Brom’s stand out performer in what has been a frustrating season so far – but Hawthorns chiefs remain concerned about his off-the-field behaviour, with the Burundi born youngster facing a drink driving charge.
Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are both believed to be interested in signing Berahino – but West Brom technical director Terry Burton has insisted that the final decision will be Pulis’:
“Pulis is head coach, whatever he wants we’ll make our damnedest to try and make it happen.”