Brendan Rodgers and Mauricio Pochettino could miss out on their top January target, with West Brom looking to hold onto Saido Berahino until they find a replacement…
Saido Berahino could be set to stay at West Bromwich Albion this January, with Tony Pulis’ failing to land the player he sees as a perfect replacement, according to the Express.
Liverpool and Tottenham may be left disappointed this winter, as Leicester City have rejected West Brom’s £5m bid for strikeer Jamie Vardy.
Pulis wants to make sure he finds an adequate replacement for Berahino before letting him leave, with the England Under-21s international tipped to make a big money move in the near future.
Both Brendan Rodgers and Mauricio Pochettino are on the lookout for attacking reinforcements, but may have to look elsewhere to get their business done.
Vardy joined Leicester for a modest £1m in 2012, so selling him now would yield a huge profit for the club. Foxes boss Nigel Pearson has no intention of dismantling his squad, and is looking to continue the in the good vein of form his side are currently enjoying.