In official news, Saido Berahino has finally managed to depart West Brom by signing for Stoke City. The 23 year old forward signed on a five-and-a-half year deal with the transfer fee reportedly set at £12 million. As reported by The Guardian: “Stoke City have completed the signing of Saido Berahino, beating off competition from
Ronald Koeman will begin negotiations with exiled West Brom striker Saido Berahino next month. Berahino is able to talk to interested parties next month as his contract is up in June; with his time at the Baggies marred by controversy, the forward will be looking to tie up a deal as quickly as possible.
“That’s fine, brilliant, not a problem for me” said West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis when he was speaking about how foreign coaches such as Jurgen Klopp are viewed as “sexy and bright” in comparison to British managers, but it was a poor attempt at masking his frustration. “I’ll listen to them, they say Klopp
Throughout the transfer window, Saido Berahino and John Stones were heavily sought-after by Tottenham and Chelsea respectively. This huge in their services propelled both players to reportedly hand in transfer requests that were rejected by their clubs. As you may have anticipated, because of the interest in their services from major European sides, huge price-tags
Seemingly coming out of nowhere into the limelight, Saido Berahino has took to life in the Premier League pretty seamlessly – his immaculate technique to finish from what seems like any angle and his movement in the final 3rd is a joy to watch, especially as a player heavily involved in the England set up,