Tottenham are preparing a renewed bid for Saido Berahino, according to reports.
According to The Telegraph, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has smoothed over his relationship with West Bromwich Albion chairman Jeremy Peace - meaning Spurs are prepared to renew their interest in Baggies forward Saido Berahino in January.
Berahino, 22, smashed 20 goals for West Brom last season, and those exploits in front of goal triggered major interest in his signature over the summer.
As reported by Sky Sports, Tottenham failed with four summer bids for Berahino, before the forward vowed never to play for West Brom again - something that didn't last very long at all, as he was recalled to the West Brom side shortly after the transfer window closed in September.
He has though been relegated to a bit-part role under Tony Pulis, and many believe that the Burundi-born attacker is set to leave The Hawthorns after all in January.
The route to White Hart Lane has been complicated though, given that Baggies chairman Jeremy Peace released a statement on West Brom's official website in August, slamming the conduct of Tottenham and chairman Daniel Levy during their offers for Berahino.
Now though, The Telegraph report that the two chairmen have repaired their relationship, and even spoke about the summer chase for Berahino when Spurs travelled to face West Brom earlier this month.
That has seemingly paved the way for a renewed bid from Spurs next month, with The Telegraph stating that Berahino remains Mauricio Pochettino's top target as he seeks attacking help for star striker Harry Kane - and a January deal may finally be on the cards.
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