Wolves line up West Brom striker Salomon Rondon swoop
Salomon Rondon could become the first man in 25 years to cross the Black Country divide with Wolves looking to swoop for the £16million West Bromwich Albion man.
The Express & Star understands Rondon, who spent this season on loan at Newcastle, is interested in moving to Molineux.
The striker has a £16m release clause which Wolves are happy to meet
There are a number of clubs interested in the player, including Newcastle where he has just picked up the player of the season accolade after scoring 15 goals.
The 29-year-old is out of contract at the Hawthorns next summer and Wolves see him as ideal competition for Raul Jimenez.
Having finish seventh – and with European football on the way if Manchester City win the FA Cup final today – they've become an attractive proposition.
It's understood no move is imminent, however, with the players set to explore his options. Wolves have a number of targets for what they see as a key signing this summer to help share the load with Mexican front-man Jimenez, who netted 17 times this season.
Left-back Paul Edwards was the last player to make the switch between the two rivals when moving from Wolves to West Brom in January 1994.
Wolves last signed a player from Albion when they bought South African striker John Paskin way back in 1989.