Three reasons Rangers move could revive Berahino’s ailing career

Saido Berahino is a curious footballer. After breaking through at West Brom and emerging as one of the Baggies’ most promising prospects for some time, the now 23-year-old has slipped off the radar.

Not a transfer window goes by without his name being mentioned, though, although the days of Spurs’ countless offers being rejected seems a world away, with the latest suitors for his signature, according to The Sun, being Scottish juggernauts Rangers.

It’s claimed that the Glasgow club are eyeing a Bosman move for Berahino, whose contract expires at the end of the season, and a loophole in place due to them being outside of English football means that they would pay a heavily reduced compensation fee of around £500,000 – much in the same way they lured Jordan Rossiter from Liverpool for a price below his true value in the summer.

But, will Berahino be tempted by making a move north of the border? Although the Scottish top flight is now seen as being well below the standard of its English counterpart, we think this transfer makes sense for the forward, and here are THREE reasons why…