West Brom may sell Saido Berahino to help Tony Pulis defy relegation

• Pulis to decide on Berahino sale in January window
• New manager admits to ‘biggest challenge of career’
West Brom look to the ’survival instincts’ of Pulis

Tony Pulis has admitted that keeping West Bromwich Albion in the Premier League is the biggest challenge of his managerial career – and the Midlands club are not ruling out the possibility of selling Saido Berahino in the transfer window to help their new head coach achieve that aim.

Speaking on the day that he was presented at The Hawthorns as Alan Irvine’s successor, Pulis said that it was wrong to view him as a miracle-worker guaranteed to preserve Albion’s top-flight status. The 56-year-old said that there was no room for complacency – “That’s one of the worst words in the dictionary” – and that he hopes to bring in two or three players to inject new life into a team one point and one place above the relegation zone.

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