Stoke City striker Saido Berahino could find himself looking to get back on form in the Dutch league next season.
According to a report in the Daily Mail, the Potters flop is wanted by both Feyenoord and PSV Eindhoven who believe that he can find his form once again with a move away from England.
Stoke spent a lot of time, effort and money to get Berahino to the bet365 Stadium, he was sold to Stoke by former manager Tony Pulis who was then in charge of West Brom.
No doubt he must have laughed his backside off after pulling off such a deal.
The former England under-21 man has not scored a goal in a Stoke shirt since his big money move and last season was reprimanded by former boss Paul Lambert for his attitude and behaviour, sending the goal shy one to spend some time in the reserve side.
The last time Berahino found the net was when he was with the Baggies in early 2016, but it now seems that his time could be up due to Stoke shelling out on Benik Afobe from Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Word is that both clubs would like the 24-year-old on a loan deal to start with, personally I would get him sold as fast as possible, no need to prolong the agony. But what do you think?
dont loan him flog him
— Matt (@scfc151) June 20, 2018
With an option to buy. “You sell one of the biggest talents of the world (Lozano), and we use most of the money that we got for f’in SAIDO BERAHINO” – my dad’s first reaction.
— Dutch Potter (@HenriSCFC) June 20, 2018
Will struggle in Holland some young decent players in them teams can see him gettin a look in
— Dan (@Dan64958512) June 21, 2018