Baggies chairman has his say on Berahino’s next move.
West Brom have warned that they will not be tempted to sell Saido Berahino despite big money moves touted to the likes of Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur.
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Berahino has been linked with a move away from the West Midlands club following a brilliant season upfront. The England man has scored 14 goals in all competitions making him one of the most prolific forwards in the league.
However, Baggies chariman Jeremy Peace has looked to refute any suggestion the 21 year old could be on the way out at the Hawthorns.
And has said the club would only think about letting Berahino leave if new head coach Tony Pulis decided he no longer needed the youngster in his squad.
“I said in the autumn that the club had no interest in selling Saido and that remains the case,” said Peace, reports Daily Star.
“Unless Tony Pulis decides otherwise, the view will surely be that he is far too important to us to consider trading.
“His goals are capable of keeping us in the Premier League and would be hugely difficult to replace.”
West Brom meanwhile are expected to up their bid for Wigan forward Callum McManaman to £5 million in the hopes of convincing Malky Mackay to allow the 23-year-old to leave.