Tony Pulis has claimed the striker is refusing to sign a new deal at the club
Saido Berahino could be on his way out of West Brom sooner rather than later, with the striker refusing to sign a new deal according to Tony Pulis.
The forward was once a target for most Premier League clubs after some impressive displays for the Baggies. However, in recent months he has struggled for much
However, in recent months he has struggled for much gametime and he has also failed to find the same form that gathered so much interest from so many clubs.
Questions over his conditioning
There have been questions raised over his fitness and conditioning levels too, with West Brom manager Tony Pulis twice sending the striker to conditioning camps in the hopes that it would help him to improve.
Despite all of this, the Baggies want to keep hold of the 23-year old and have offered him new deals at the club. But, according to the Baggies boss, these new deals have been turned down by the player.
With his contract due to expire in the summer – meaning that he will be available on a free transfer – West Brom may have no choice but to sell him on this month.
Tottenham have held an interest in Berahino for quite some time but whether they will make an official move for the striker again is yet to be seen.