According to a report in the print edition of German news outlet BILD, West Brom and Swansea City are both interested in summer moves for Hoffenheim striker Sandro Wagner.

A number of clubs, including Albion, were said to be interested in the 29-year-old when he left SV Darmstad last summer for a bargain price of £2.5million.

He’s been in impressive form for Hoffenheim this season, scoring 11 goals in 19 games in all competitions and it looks like West Brom and Swansea will try to buy him again this summer, although the asking price will surely have increased due his performances.

At 6 ft 4 in, he’d certainly provide a big, physical option for Tony Pulis and we know from the Welshman’s past that he isn’t afraid to play with a target man.

Saloman Rondon is clearly West Brom’s first choice striker but there are questions about the options behind him and Wagner would certainly add more depth to Pulis’ squad after the departure of Saido Berahino.