West Ham United could be making some significant changes this summer ahead of the 2018-19 campaign.
The long-term future of manager David Moyes remains uncertain as his current contract expires at the end of the season.
Like any summer transfer window, personnel changes to the playing squad are expected to be made.
BBC reporter Ian Dennis tweeted over the weekend that West Bromwich Albion forward Salomon Rondon could be available for around £8m due to a release clause.
Told Salomon Rondon release clause is 8m… #WBA last year turned down 38m for him. Will lose Jonny Evans on the cheap too.
— Ian Dennis (@Iandennisbbc) April 7, 2018
Even though the Venezuela international could suffer relegation from the Premier League with the Baggies by the end of May, an £8m figure is still relatively modest.
This season, Rondon has scored nine goals and created three assists in 25 appearances in all competitions.
The 28-year-old joined West Brom from Zenit St Petersburg in 2015, but if the club drop into the Championship, then he may consider his future.
On Reddit, West Ham fans debated whether it was worth the club making an offer when the transfer window reopens.