Tony Pulis says no bids have been received for Saido Berahino but the West Brom boss admits every player is for sale if the price is right.
Berahino has been linked with a move away from The Hawthorns since the summer, with Tottenham and Stoke among the striker’s suitors.
Spurs had four bids for the England Under-21 international rejected in the summer transfer window, while Newcastle have also been credited with an interest this moonth.
Pulis, though, says West Brom have not yet received any concrete bids but the boss accepts he could lose Berahino if the club’s valuation is met.
He said: “Every player is for sale if the price is right and if the club deem it to be right. The chairman (Jeremy Peace) will be the one who will control that and decide that.
“It’s the chairman’s football club and financially he has always controlled that in a way in which he has thought is the best way for West Bromwich Albion.
“Most of the business usually happens at the back end of the window so we will suck and see, we don’t know what’s going to happen yet.”
“It’s all speculation, if a club comes in and actually buys him, we will be in a position to talk about it and no one has done that yet so he is still a West Bromwich Albion player.”