Loads of Newcastle fans have been reacting to a worrying transfer report, which claims Wolves are close to signing Salomon Rondon from West Brom.
Sean Longstaff, Ayoze Perez and Fabian Schar were absolute heroes on Tyneside this season, but no one enjoyed a more productive campaign for the Magpies than Rondon.
Signed on a season-long loan from West Brom, with Dwight Gayle of course departing in the other direction, the Venezuelan quickly became a fan favourite, scoring 12 times in all competitions.
Now though, with Rafael Benitez’s future still up in the air, it seems the Magpies have lost the race to land Rondon on a permanent basis, something fans were crying out for when the season ended.
Loose cannon or vital cog in the Newcastle’s machine? The Magpie Channel think it would be a mistake to sell the player in the video below…
The Express & Star claimed this weekend that Wolves are winning the race for his signature.
The Midlands club are looking to build out their squad as they prepare for a season in the Europa League, and Rondon is keen on a move to Molineux, claims the report.
You can find some of the best reactions from Newcastle fans down below…
We’ll wait until last minute by that point it’s too late. As per usual. Club probably arent even thinking about players right now.
— Lee Robson (@leerobson23) June 2, 2019
Is it any surprise whilst @nufc piss about as usual and expect everyone else to stand still whilst they do so? Amateurs!!
— neilB (@neilTheMagpie) June 2, 2019
Probably because there ambitious and recognise https://t.co/i6NS5I35OV can’t imagine how frustrating it must be for Rafa looking to improve the club/raise the value for the owner and your employer could not give a toss !!
— Paul Hay (@PaulH46499904) June 2, 2019
— gav485nufc (@saltylemon_nufc) June 2, 2019
— thereal andrew young (@temperamentalan) June 2, 2019
Can’t wait until Rafa’s contract expires, this takeover falls through, Longstaff goes to Man Utd, Rondon signs for Wolves, Perez leaves and we start the season with Joselu and Gayle up front with Tony Pulis in charge with a full red and blue Sports Direct trackie and cap #NUFC
— Scott (@ScottCoates10) June 2, 2019