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Transfer rumours: Spurs to sign Berahino in the summer

Will Saido Berahino leave West Brom this summer? Credit: PA

Sunday's top football transfer talk:

Tottenham will finally complete the signing of West Brom striker SAIDO BERAHINO in the summer, according to the Guardian.

Chelsea will have to spend double the £28million they received for Romelu Lukaku if they want to bring the Belgium striker back from Everton (the Sun).

Manchester United are prepared to pay £70million for Borussia Dortmund striker PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG, claims the Daily Mail.

The Daily Mirror says Pep Guardiola will be given £150million to spend at Manchester City this summer, with LUIS SUAREZ, JOHN STONES and MANUEL NEUER among his targets.

DAVID MOYES is the man Newcastle have lined up to replace under-pressure boss STEVE McCLAREN, according to the Daily Telegraph.


Spurs fail with improved bid to sign West Brom striker

West Brom have rejected another bid for Berahino. Credit: PA

West Brom have rejected a third Tottenham bid for striker Saido Berahino, Press Association Sport understands.

The Baggies are determined to keep hold of the England under-21 star with some reports suggesting it would take more than £25m to prize him away from the club.

Last week, Berahino handed in a transfer request in an attempt to force through a move during the summer window, but he will be staying at West Brom until at least January as things stand.

Saido Berahino ruled out of under-21 tournament

Saido Berahino has been ruled out of England's under-21 European Championship campaign hours before the first match against Portugal.

Berahino will not feature at the Czech Republic tournament. Credit: PA

West Brom striker played an instrumental role in England's qualification and had been set to partner Harry Kane in attack.

A statement from the FA read:

"The forward will play no further part in the 2015 UEFA European Under 21 Championship in Czech Republic.

"Benik Afobe of Wolverhampton Wanderers has been called up and will join Gareth Southgate's squad ahead of England's group games against Sweden (21 June) and Italy (24 June)."

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