Tony Pulis admits that Saido Berahino could leave West Brom

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Reported Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool target Saido Berahino could leave West Bromwich Albion this summer, according to Tony Pulis.

West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Pulis has told the Daily Star that Saido Berahino could leave in the coming months.

The likes of Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool have both been linked with Berahino in recent times and Pulis admits that if the club receive a big offer, they will be tempted to cash in.

“It’s not a case of him being in the shop window – he’s been in the shop window for the past 12 months and I don’t have a problem with that," he said.

“Saido knows where we stand on this. If we get a massive offer that’s good for the club and good for the player, we will discuss it."

Berahino has racked up 20 goals this campaign and it is no surprise that he is attracting the attention of some of the Premier League's biggest clubs.

At 21, he still has time to develop, but he appears to be a very refined player - who has the potential to go to the very top.

Pulis believes that his development would be best served by sticking with West Brom for another season, though, as they can offer him regular football.

“I think he needs at least another year here playing week in, week out. It’s not always about the money," he explained.

“If he keeps doing his stuff and plays well then hopefully, for him, a top four club might come in for him and West Brom will not stand in his way.

“I’ve told him that if anything comes along I would give him my honest opinion on the best way forward for him.”

If Berahino does stick with West Brom for next season it will be a major boost for the side as he is their main goalscoring threat.

The Baggies have improved considerably since Pulis has taken charge, but to ensure that they continue to move forward they will want to keep hold of their best players during the upcoming transfer window.

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