Saido Berahino to Tottenham latest: West Brom striker 'for sale', says Tony Pulis

Any West Brom player is available at the right price, says the club's manager 

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Saido Berahino is for sale at the right price, says West Brom manager Tony Pulis, boosting the hopes of Tottenham, Newcastle, Stoke, Leicester City and any of the other clubs the striker has been linked with.

The unsettled forward has been one of the main talking points of the January transfer window, with clear indications the England international is keen to leave the Hawthorns.

The 22-year-old was the subject of four failed bids from Totteham last summer, but chairman Jeremy Peace stood firm. It led to a public falling out, with Berahino vowing never to play for the Baggies again, however he later reneged on that stance.

It seems Tottenham, or one of the other clubs linked with the striker, might have more luck if they try to sign him this month - however only at a price deemed worthy by Peace.

"Every player is for sale if the price is right and if the club deem it to be right. The chairman will be the one who controls that and the chairman will decide that," Pulis said ahead of his side's trip to Southampton this weekend.

"It's the chairman's football club and financially he has always controlled it in a way that he has thought is the best way for West Brom."

Berahino has scored four goals in 17 appearances this season after netting 20 times in 2014/15.