West Ham are reported to be interested in bringing in newly relegated club West Brom Star, Salomon Rondon.
The 28-year-old striker will be also be relegated with the Baggie but has been strongly linked with a move away to the Hammers, who finished the season at the 13th position with 42 points.
With the new signing of former Manchester City coach, the Hammers are set to make a reunion happen between Manuel Pellegrini and Rondon. The duo worked with each other while at Malaga.
The Venezuela international has a release clause of £16 million in his contract with West Brom, and should West Ham agrees with the clause, it will be a huge deal for both sides.
The Baggies striker will serve as a massive upgrade to the Hammers strikers Hernandez and Andy Caroll, who are currently not in their best form in the 2017/18 campaign.
Premier League heavyweights, Tottenham Hotspurs and Chelsea were said to be interested in the Venezuelan forward during the January winter transfer window but are yet to make a major updates this summer, however, Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan are also reportedly interested and linked with Rondon.
Salomon Rondon arrived at the Hawthorns in the summer of 2015 signing for a club-record fee of £12 million from Russia club, Zenit Saint Petersburg, and has since then bagged 28 goals in his three seasons with the Baggies.