A report from the Newcastle Chronicle has claimed that West Brom have received enquiries from Premier League side Wolves regarding loaned out attacker Salomon Rondon.
The Newcastle Chronicle has reported that Premier League outfit Wolves have enquired about West Brom striker Salomon Rondon, who is currently on loan with Newcastle United.
It was reported by the Northern Echo last week that Rondon was attracting interest from three Premier League clubs. Loan club Newcastle United are considering a permanent move, as ard fellow top-flight sides West Ham United and Everton. Now, it has emerged that they have been joined by Wolves.
Wolves reportedly considered making a move for the Venezuelan international in the January transfer window.
Rondon has been in impressive form for Newcastle throughout this season, impressing fans with his passion and determination. He has netted 10 goals since his arrival at St James’ Park, providing five assists along the way as well.
It seems almost certain that Rondon’s time as a West Brom player will come to an end in the upcoming transfer window. Reports earlier this year claimed that the striker has no future at the Hawthorns, regardless of which division the Baggies are in at the start of the 2019/2020 season.
Any club that wants to buy the 29-year-old on a permanent basis will have to stump up at least £16.5 million. If the Baggies fail to win promotion back to the Premier League at the first time of asking, Rondon’s release clause will remain the same. However, if they return to the top flight then clubs will have to pay a larger fee to secure his services.