Reports from England suggest West Brom’s interest in Watford and Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo is very much dependent on the Baggies first agreeing a deal for Saido Berahino to leave, according to Sky Sports.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis is said to be keen on adding Ighalo to his squad, but West Brom aren’t prepared to pay the £17m price that Watford reportedly want.
Ighalo has been linked with a move away from Watford this January, China thought to be one of his possible destination but it appears the striker may snub the Chinese Super League money for a Premier League stay.
It is believed negotiations between Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion are progressing well over the possible transfer of Saido Berahino.
It was reported ten days ago that Stoke had made a bid for the striker. Now Albion have responded and re-engaged with talks.
A fee hasn’t yet been agreed, but both sides are getting closer.
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