Berahino has been in fine form for West Brom this season.
In form West Bromwich Albion striker Saido Berahino has indicated that he could leave The Hawthorns in the near future, report the Express, with the young forward seemingly keen on trying his hand at Champions League football after a flying start to the Premier League season.
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A whole host of top Premier League sides including Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are believing to be interested in signing Burundi-born star Berahino, meaning that the Baggies are likely to demand a huge price for the player, particularly if he is to leave the West Midlands in the January transfer window.
England manager Roy Hodgson has been keeping tabs on the impressive displays that Berahino has shown for West Brom, calling him up to the England squad for the first time ahead of the upcoming internationals against Slovenia and Scotland, but it is the Champions League that Berahino says is his big dream:
“My ambition is to play Champions League and be involved in England’s senior team in big tournaments like World Cups and Euros.”
“I have a big vision and hope I can reach the goals. If it takes leaving West Bromwich Albion to achieve my goals it will have to be that.”