The former England Under-21 star has had a difficult 12 months, with transfer uncertainty last summer leading to him struggling for confidence and game time at the Hawthorns in the previous season.
That speculation has continued into this summer, with the Hornets one of three teams who have been particularly closely linked to the 22-year-old striker since the end of the season, alongside Crystal Palace and Stoke City, report the Mail. The fact the North London outfit may have pulled out of the chase is arguably good news for both the Eagles and the Potters, and any other side who are considering making a bid.
West Brom's Saido Berahino looks dejected
Berahino has just 12 months remaining on his contract, so West Brom may be eager to sell in this transfer window to bring in as much money for the attacker as possible. Tony Pulis started him in just 17 matches of 31 appearances in the league, which saw Berahino score just four times - a big step down from his tally of 14 the year before.
West Brom manager Tony Pulis
Of course, Tottenham were famously linked with Berahino last summer and this January, reportedly making a series of bids for the player, said the Guardian earlier in the year, that unsettled the Baggies forward, and leading to somewhat of a breakdown between him and the club.
Where the striker will be at the end of the current transfer window is anyone's guess, but if the Observer are to be believed, it won't be Vicarage Road, with Watford already signing forwards Isaac Success and Jerome Sinclair.
West Brom's Saido Berahino in action with Leicester City's Andy King