Saido Berahino has rejected a four-year contract offer from West Bromwich Albion, according to Sky Sports.
WBA star has been offered a deal worth potential £55,000 a week, which would make Berahino Albion’s best paid player, but the forward himself is believed to have no intention of extending his stay at Hawthorns.
The unsettled 22-year-old striker is determined to finally leave the club this month a year after Tottenham Hotspur failed with four different bids for the English international.
West Brom are likely to demand around £20 million for the forward who has just one year remaining in his contract.
Crystal Palace and Stoke are monitoring the situation, while Watford are also ready to join the chase with a substantial bid for the player.
Burundi-born striker has played 31 Premier League matches last season, 17 of which were starts. Berahino managed to score only four goals during that time, which is a major underachievement compared to his 14 goals from the 2014-2015 season.