West Brom manager, Tony Pulis has revealed the club are open to talks regarding the sale of forward Saido Berahino.
Tottenham were interested in signing the forward in the summer transfer window, but could not match Berahino’s valuation.
The club have bow stated through Pulis, its intention to sell Berahino.
“Every player is for sale if the price is right and if the club deem it to be right. The chairman will be the one who controls that and the chairman will decide that,” Pulis told reporters.
“It’s the chairman’s football club and financially he has always controlled it in a way that he has thought is the best way for West Brom.”
Liverpool and Chelsea have also been linked with a January move for Berahino, who has scored three goals in 17 Premier League appearances this season.