Newcastle United fans are reacting to reports linking their on-loan West Bromwich Albion striker, Salomon Rondon, with Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Rondon has impressed in his season-long spell at St James' Park, scoring or making 18 goals in 32 games.
It is claimed Wolves have "sounded out" their rivals, West Brom, over their valuation of Rondon - who has a £16.5 million buy-out clause - and, along with clubs from Italy and Spain, have made "initial proposals".
And some of a Newcastle persuasion are worried they could now miss out on the 29-year-old, with the Molineux side described by the Daily Mail as an "attractive proposition".
Well thats us out of it. Unbelievable. Imagine having him right in our grasp and letting him away like this its crap!!— Alex Maxwell (@MaxwellA98) May 16, 2019
That's Rondon heading to Wolves then.— Scott (@scxttnufc) May 16, 2019
Well they can activate that release clause whenever they want so we best get a move on if we want to keep him.— bigrobnufc (@Robbieo68646502) May 16, 2019
Can't imagine Rondon would go to Wolves to play back up to Jimenez #nufc— Southern Softie (@SSoftie) May 16, 2019
££££££— hardy (@hardy27) May 16, 2019
Rondon can turn down the deal if his demands ain't met he's said his family are happy here and he is so maybe this could play in our advantage— Andrew Wells (@wellzy95nufc) May 16, 2019
On the contrary Steve, I think it's all gone to plan. They never wanted to sign Rondon— Wallace Wilson (@WallaceHWilson) May 16, 2019
"Beaten to it by the wealthier club" "Couldn't compete financially"— Steve Wallwork (@stevewallwork) May 16, 2019
Probably right Wallace. Playing right in to their hands.
For the good of the club - rafa should walk if we allow him to get away.— Keith (@undercovermag) May 16, 2019
Newcastle loaned Dwight Gayle to West Brom in place of Rondon, but the Baggies will not consider a part-exchange deal and only want straight cash, according to the Daily Mail.
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