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Manchester City set to open talks to sign Saido Berahino


West Bromwich Albion striker Saido Berahino is ready to join a top Premier League club after a phenomenal campaign.

The 21-year-old scored 20 goals in all competitions for the Baggies and is expected to feature for the Under-21s at the European Championships this summer.

Manchester City are reported to be in pole position to sign the youngster but head coach Tony Pulis believes the 21-year-old should stay put if he wants to enjoy regular football next season.

"Saido knows where this club stands. If a top-four club comes in and makes a massive offer and it's good for the club and good for the player then we will sit down and talk," Pulis said.

"We don't want him to go and he knows that. We're very keen that he stays and I think, having spoken to the kid, that he needs to be here to have at least another year when he is playing week in, week out.

"That will improve him.

"He could go to a top-four club and only play half a dozen games. We have seen before when young players have gone to top-four clubs and not broken in and almost dropped away.

"He's got to take that into consideration. It's not all about money, it's about his career."

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