The wayward 23-year-old was sold by West Brom last month in a £12m deal that has been shrouded with controversy after the player was found to have failed a drugs test for a well-known recreational drug.
"He played a game against Stoke's under-23s on September 20 and did not represent West Brom's junior side again until December 12", it's stated.
The 23-year-old is set to return to the Hawthorns with Stoke in the Premier League on Saturday.
"A positive test for a recreational drug out of competition is not regarded as a breach of the World Anti-Doping Agency Code", says the paper. The Football Association has declined to comment.
In a statement on the West Brom website after his transfer, Berahino referenced what had been a tough time for him. Speaking before his suspension was public, he said: 'I'm actually excited.
The talent is undoubtedly there to harness.
Glasgow Rangers were linked with an incredible move for former West Brom striker Saido Berahino. "Most opposition players get some stick, and he will get some I am sure, but he is of the view that he is probably used to having some stick from West Brom supporters".
"Anything Stoke asked for, we told them the truth", Pulis told BBC WM Sport. Asked if he was satisfied Berahino has no ongoing problem, Hughes said: "No, not at all".
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"This football club was absolutely fantastic towards Saido, in lots of ways, not just over that short period".
"This club has been open and honest in everything that it has done regarding Saido". "It was an FA disciplinary matter", said Potters boss Mark Hughes.
"I wish him all the best".
The teams played to a 1-1 draw at bet365 Stadium in the reverse fixture September 24 as Salomon Rondon's stoppage-time goal canceled out Joe Allen's marker on 73 minutes.
"We've got him in the building now and are pleased with what he's producing".
'I'm not going to celebrate and do all that if I score.
Two months ago he spoke to the Baggies' official website, saying: "This previous year has been the most hard of my career and it has left me short of the form and fitness required for the Premier League".