Rondon’s price will be £16.5m once West Brom get relegated – Tottenham are tracking the player

According to the Daily Mail, Salomon Rondon can leave West Bromwich Albion for £16.5 million this summer, once the club’s relegation to the Championship is confirmed.

West Brom find themselves at rock bottom of the league standings, having amassed just 21 points in 33 games. They are 10 points shy of safety and with just five games left in the season, the Baggies’ chances of staying in the Premier League are all but over.

Speaking about Rondon, the striker was signed from Zenit St. Petersburg for £12m in August 2015. The Daily Mail claims that the 28-year-old got the terms included when he signed his four-year contract back in August 2015.

The report says that West Ham are very much interested in signing Rondon, while Tottenham and Chelsea are also keeping track of the player’s situation at West Brom.

Rondon has scored 9 goals in all competitions this season and the report adds that he could become a subject of attention from England and Europe in the summer transfer window.

Pochettino has fantastic attacking options at his disposal in the form of Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Christian Eriksen and Son Heung-min but his team arguably lacks depth beyond that.

As far as Tottenham’s interest in Rondon is concerned, I view the Venezuelan as a good squad player who could be an impact substitute, offering aerial dominance when required.