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Wolves have reportedly opened talks with bitter rivals West Brom about striker Salomon Rondon.
The Venezuelan attacker has been impressed this season in the Premier League with Newcastle, and after Albion's failure to promote, he will have £ 16.5 million available thanks to a release clause in his contract.
Nuno & # 39; s side would need a new striker in the course of next season to compete with Raul Jimenez.
Meanwhile, Wolves are also fond of young Reading striker Danny Loader – according to reports.
The 18-year-old is tipped for a bright future in the field of football and has found his way this season to the plans of the first team at the Royals.
A number of top flight clubs are thought to want a move for the starlet.
Reports in the northeast indicate that Albion is not keen to take offside Jacob Murphy in the club on a permanent basis.
The 24-year-old registered with The Hawthorns in January, but failed to maintain a starting place in the club.
There is reportedly no option to buy Murphy in the loan agreement between Albion and Newcastle, although the Magpies are thought to be able to continue the future during the summer.
Meanwhile, Salomon Rondon & # 39; s The hope of staying in Newcastle is said to be based on whether Rafa Benitez is in charge at St James & Park.
Rondon is said to be gladly stationed in the northeast, but a decision to sign him permanently will be decided after discussions with the large Newcastle wigs at the end of the season.
An exchange deal can be made between the club in an attempt to bring Dwight Gayle permanent, although the attacker may need some time to consider his options after the Albion play-off exit.
Tammy Abraham is reportedly set to stay in Chelsea next season, with their transfer ban still in the air.
The striker scored 26 times for Villa this season, but is reportedly important for the Blues for next season – and could play an important role if they can't draw players this summer.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport still decides to freeze the FIFA framework embargo, while Chelsea has appealed.
Meanwhile, on 25/1, the bookmakers list Villa to sign Swansea winger Daniel James this summer.
The 21-year-old is ready to leave Swansea at the end of the season, with Manchester United leading the race to his signature with the bookmakers on 7/4.
Brighton, Bournemouth, Leeds, Liverpool, Man City and Spurs all run for Dean Smith & # 39; s side in the race.
No new Walsall rumors today.