West Bromwich Albion will sell Saido Berahino in the summer transfer window on two conditions, according to The Mirror.
The British newspaper claim that the Baggies will entertain a bid of £20 million for the striker - nothing less.
The Premier League outfit will also not sell the 21-year-old until the takeover is complete, with owner Jeremy Peace having put the club up for sale.
The Mirror claim that Everton, Newcastle United and Southampton are all interested in the services of Berahino.
Is Saido Berahino worth £20m?
Berahino is a very good and promising young player, but he is not worth £20 million as he has yet to prove that he is a top-quality striker.
It will come as a surprise if Everton, Newcastle or Southampton go even close to reaching that valuation mark.
The 21-year-old had a rather inconsistent season in 2014-15, although he was still one of the best young English players in the Premier League.
In 38 league matches, Berahino scored 14 goals and created 28 chances, while having a pass accuracy of 83% and a shot accuracy of 54%.