Cape Town - Merseyside rivals Liverpool and Everton are looking
into the possibility of signing West Brom striker Salomon Rondon,
according to reports.
The 28-year-old has 18 months remaining on his contract at
The Hawthorns and not looking for a move away from the West Midlands as
he is settled in the area.
However, The Sun
claims Liverpool and Everton are tracking the player who has scored
just three goals in 22 Premier League appearances this term.
The report understands that although the Baggies have no
intention of selling, they may consider any offers over £15million with
the Venezualan’s contract running down.
Rondon was a menace for the Everton defence last weekend but
was involved in an accidental clash with James McCarthy that saw the
midfielder suffer a broken leg.
The incident left Rondon in tears after he accidentally
kicked McCarthy in the leg before offering apologies and best wishes to
the Republic of Ireland international as he was stretchered off the
Meanwhile, the Baggies have been linked with a big move of
their own with World Cup winner Andre Schurrle reportedly on Alan
Pardew’s radar, with a potential loan deal on the cards.