Tottenham are “still keeping tabs” on West Bromwich Albion striker Salomon Rondon after showing an interest earlier this year, according to the Mirror.
Spurs were linked with the 28-year-old back in January but those rumours haven’t recirculated since the transfer window closed.
Rondon has a clause in his contract that will allow him to leave for £16 million this summer following West Brom’s relegation to the Championship.
The Mirror claims Tottenham continue to monitor the striker, as do Chelsea, while new West Ham United manager Manuel Pellegrini is also considering a move for him.
Rondon scored seven goals in 37 Premier League appearances this season and is likely to return to the top-flight before the start of the new campaign.
Spurs are apparently on the lookout for an attacker who can provide cover and competition for Harry Kane.
Anthony Martial has been strongly linked in the last few days and is believed to be one of the club’s top transfer targets.
Perhaps Tottenham will move for Rondon if Martial proves to be unattainable.