West Brom are ready to let go of striker Salomon Rondon this summer, according to the Mirror.
The report claims that Tony Pulis is willing to sell Rondon if a decent offer comes in for him.
This comes a matter of months after the club rejected an offer from China in the region of £32m for Rondon.
The centre-forward had scored seven goals during the first half of the season and Chinese side Tianjin Quanjian were ready to pounce.
However, the offer was rejected and Rondon went on to score just once more in the league for the rest of the season.
West Brom completed the signing of Jay Rodriguez from Southampton for £12m earlier this month, which has allowed Pulis to keep his options open in regard to letting Rondon leave.
The number nine has been at West Brom for two seasons, scoring 17 Premier League goals across the two years.