Saido Berahino is always going to conjure strong opinions at Stoke City so it is no wonder that fans have advice for any potential suitors.
Berahino is on the transfer list at Zulte Waregem, where he went to rebuild his career after misadventures cost him any success at Stoke.
Zulte are budgeting for life after the coronavirus crisis and are ready to cash in if there are any interested parties – and Berahino has admitted he is keen on a move back to the UK.
He has thus far been linked with Celtic and Rangers – and Stoke supporters have been getting in touch with messages of what to expect, hope or avoid.
Kev Pickerill: Go for it. Proven goal scorer, great attitude and professionalism. In other words, stop sniffing around Tyrese Campbell and go for Saido!
Paul Lovatt: Barge pole with touch wouldn’t. Put the words together. The most unprofessional and embarrassing player Stoke ever bought.
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David Baker: Equivalent to League One standard in England. He’d probably do ok on the pitch. It’s off the pitch they’d need to worry about but I couldn’t really care less.
Matthew Smith: Knowing our luck he’ll probably score for fun somewhere else.
Charlie Bester: He’d score 30-a-season in that farmers’ league.
David Morris: I wouldn’t wish him on my worst enemy.
Patrick Tarpey: My advice is to let the opposition buy him.
Derek Cartwright: Good luck, you’re going to need it.
Ashley Cox: Don’t. Just don’t!
Johnny Hough: If someone can sort his attitude out I think he’d score goals. A player who can score 20 Premier League goals in a season while not playing for a top team shows he’s capable. For me, the Spurs transfer falling through messed his head up and he’s never been the same since.
Aaron Poole: We all know he had potential. When he joined Stoke I was so happy thinking back to if he played like his West Brom days. He’s a young man and can easily turn it around. I hope he does. A shame to let the talent go to waste.