Tony Pulis indicates that time is running out for a team to make a move for his star man.
West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis has once again suggested that his club could sell striker Saido Berahino if a huge bid comes in for the England Under 21 international.
However, time is running out for a club to come in for the youngster if they are to prise him away from The Hawthorns during January.
Berahino has been the stand-out performers for West Brom so far this season under both Pulis and his predecessor Alan Irvine, but transfer speculation has followed him around all campaign, with Liverpool believed to be particularly interested in landing the former Northampton Town and Brentford loanee.
Pulis has been candid about the fact that his side would consider selling Berahino if an acceptable bid came in ever since he took over at the club around the turn of the year – and the former Stoke City and Crystal Palace boss has again echoed those sentiments when asked about the 21-year-old ahead of this weekend’s Premier League action:
“The problem with talking about any players at this time of the year is that if someone comes in with an unbelievable offer you can’t turn down then you end up with egg on your face,” the Welshman was quoted by the Daily Star.