WEST BROM wants a whopping £30million for Saido Berahino.
The striker has yet to agree a new deal at the Hawthorns with two years left on his current contract.
And that means Baggies boss Tony Pulis can afford to stand his ground and cash in.
Newcastle, Spurs, Arsenal, Man City and Chelsea are all in the race for his signature.
Berahino is unlikely to join Liverpool because he is represented by Aidy Ward, the agent of Raheem Sterling, who has angered Anfield chiefs with his handling of the England man’s plan to quit the club.
Newcastle has been linked with Berahino but the £30m price tag will make Toon owner Mike Ashley force Steve McClaren to look elsewhere.
Berahino, 21, bagged 14 Premier League goals last term and is keen on a move to top-four club.
He angered Hawthorns chiefs when he admitted his desire “to move on to bigger things” and although he patched things up, a summer move looks certain.