Albion’s Salomon Rondon is reportedly open to a move to Wolverhampton Wanderers, potentially becoming the first player to cross the Black Country divide in 20 years, according to the Express & Star.

The Venezuelan attacker has spent this season on loan at Newcastle United after West Brom were relegated from the Premier League.

Whilst in the North East, Rondon scored eleven goals and assisting seven whilst playing for Rafa Benitez’ side.

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Rondon has a £16 million release clause and Wolves are one of the sides looking at invoking it.

A number of clubs are looking at Rondon, including Newcastle who want him to return on a permanent deal.

Wolves will secure European football if Manchester City win the FA Cup final, and are looking for someone to share the load with their Mexican striker Raul Jimenez.

The last West Brom player to sign for Wolves was Jon Paskin all the way back in 1989, with no player since swapping the stripes of Albion for the old gold of Wolves.

Should Albion sell Rondon to Wolves?

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