Tottenham transfers: Saido Berahino snubs West Brom on social media

Tottenham target Saido Berahino unfollows West Brom on Twitter as striker looks to force through move

Saido Berahino has epitmosed the modern-day footballer after the Tottenham Hotspur target unfollowed employers West Brom in a bid to force through a move to White Hart Lane.

The England Under-21 international was reportedly the subject of a £18m offer from Tottenham, however, the Baggies have refused to entertain the north London side’s offer.

Berahino, who scored 14 goals in 38 Premier League games last term, was omitted from West Brom’s squad for their 3-2 defeat by Premier League champions Chelsea on Sunday afternoon.

And the 22-year-old striker has petulantly opted to unfollow West Brom on Twitter, signalling his intent to cut ties with the Baggies and seal a move away from The Hawthorns this summer.

Berahino has scored 29 times in 83 games for the Baggies since the forward made his debut in 2013.

Tottenham have been linked with an £18m move for Bayer Leverkusen striker Heung-Min Son.

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