Saido Berahino Takes to Twitter and Likes West Brom Fans Criticising the Club

Saido Berahino Takes to Twitter and Likes West Brom Fans Criticising the Club

Saido Berahino has made no secret about his desire to leave West Brom and it appears the striker is still looking to harbour a move after he liked liked some tweets criticising the Midlands club.

Berahinho has been used sparingly by Tony Pulis this season, with the former Stoke boss preferring Solomon Rondon as a sole-striker in attack.

And despite claiming via Twitter that he would never play for the club again during the summer after West Brom blocked a potential transfer to Tottenham, Berahino appears to be growing tired of being left out of the first team.

However, on this occasion, Berahino stayed away from the keyboard and let the fans do the talking, as he liked several Tweets from fans aimed at the club for how they are handing the situation with the striker:












Rumours have intensified in recent weeks that Premier League clubs are again looking into the possibility of signing the young England striker.

However with the January transfer market traditionally a difficult window to do business in, it may not be until the summer that Berahino gets his transfer.

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