Regional Paper Talk: Berahino set for deal

Saido Berahino is set for a new West Brom deal after his winner at Manchester Utd, while Phil Bardsley could be handed a Sunderland lifeline.

Last Updated: 02/10/13 at 07:41 Post Comment

Saido Berahino (left): West Brom's match-winner at Manchester United

Saido Berahino (left): West Brom's match-winner at Manchester United

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MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

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LIVERPOOL ECHO

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SUNDERLAND ECHO

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Old Trafford match-winner Saido Berahino today confirmed he wants to sign a new contract after Albion opened talks over an extended deal.

Paul Lambert today demanded more from his Villa stars after their stunning win over Manchester City.

Wolves were today in talks to sign Millwall winger James Henry as boss Kenny Jackett looks to beef up his wide right options.

THE SENTINEL

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NEWHAM RECORDER

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FULHAM CHRONICLE

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SOUTH LONDON PRESS

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WALES ONLINE

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HULL DAILY MAIL

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Zak Whitbread has joined Derby County on an emergency loan deal from Leicester City.

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