The summer transfer window saw Southampton’s Victor Wanyama and West Brom’s Saido Berahino try to force moves from their clubs amidst interest from Spurs.
Both players submitted transfer requests and even worse, unfollowed their teams on Twitter, in an effort to move to White Hart Lane. Berahino possibly took things a little too far by declaring that he wouldn’t play for the Baggies again, but it looks like his manager Tony Pulis is ready to forgive him.
In a press conference today Pulis said, ”I have no problems at all, he could play on Saturday.
"The respect Saido should have shown the football club and supporters wasn't there. He has to show them more respect.
“My big issue with Saido is he is immature at times in the way he reacts. Something he has done in the two windows since I've been here, his reaction has not been sensible.”
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman is also ready to bring Wanyama back into the team after a spell on the sidelines.
"We know the future, Victor knows the future, and I spoke to Victor yesterday and he's back with a real focus for the team, and if he's back like that, he's part of the team.” said Koeman.
"When I spoke to Victor yesterday, already it was a different person than he was in the last week of the transfer window.
"If the player shows real commitment to everybody at the club, I can forget what happened in the last week (of the transfer window).”