Official: West Brom Reject Second Tottenham Bid Of £22m For Saido Berahino

Chris Wright

25th, August 2015



Increasingly desperate to bring in a new striker before the transfer window closes in a week’s time, Tottenham have had a second bid rejected for West Brom’s Saido Berahino.

Berahino was left out of Tony Pulis’ squad for Sunday’s 3-2 defeat against Chelsea on the grounds that he’d had his head turned by Spurs’ relentless wooing.

Anyway, the Baggies have confirmed that Spurs have submitted another offer via a statement published on their official website…

The short, blunt statement reads:

West Bromwich Albion can today confirm the Club have rejected a second offer from Tottenham Hotspur for Saido Berahino.

Albion Chairman Jeremy Peace said: “Our position remains unchanged. The sale of this player is not on our agenda.”

The bid is believed to be valued at £22million which is, with the best will in the world, verging on entering the ‘silly money’ bracket.

Dear Mr Levy, we think it’s probably time you move on and start identifying other targets.

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  1. Straight Dave says:

    Go on, West Brom! About time Levy got rinsed for a change.

  2. paul gibbard says:

    we want to get into the champion league, at present spurs are a joke trying to buy players on the cheap
    why not pay the money and lets get the players in else we wont even get in the europa cup
    levy sort your self out support the manager and stop thinking the transfer window is a car boot sale

  3. len lennard says:

    i don’t understand West Brom, a nothing club holding back a young man with obvious talent, which Spurs will bring out, the FA should insist that an unhappy player who hands in atransfer request should be allowed to leave to further his career, which he wont do at WBA, always in the bottom half of the Premier !!!!

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