With the transfer window in full-swing, Wolverhampton Wanderers continue to be linked with a range of players in different positions.
One area of the squad manager Nuno Espirito Santo is likely to want to strengthen is in attack, with Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota currently his only real established first-team options.
Wolves are rumoured to be interested in West Bromwich Albion frontman Salomon Rondon, who enjoyed a successful 2018/19 season on loan at Premier League outfit Newcastle United.
The Birmingham Mail write that the Venezuelan is more than likely to leave the Hawthorns this summer, with Newcastle, who yesterday announced the departure of boss Rafael Benitez, leading the race for his signature.
Should the Magpies secure his services then Espirito Santo will have to turn his attentions elsewhere quickly if he is to get somebody in before the start of the club’s Europa League campaign in July.
With that in mind, we’ve taken a look at five alternative strikers Wolves could sign to strengthen their squad before the end of the transfer window…
Five strikers Wolves could sign instead of Salomon Rondon
Mitrovic scored 11 goals as Fulham were relegated from the Premier League last season, proving his ability to perform in the top flight. With the Serb on a big contract at Craven Cottage, the Whites will likely be open to selling should they receive a suitable offer.
Abraham excelled on loan at Aston Villa from Chelsea last season, playing a key role as the Villains secured promotion. However, it remains to be seen whether Frank Lampard, who looks set to take the reins at Stamford Bridge, will want to keep him in London.
The Englishman scored 22 Championship goals in the Championship last term and has long been linked with a top-flight move. Depending on how much Birmingham ask for him, Adams would be a fantastic rotation option for Nuno Espirito Santo.
Augustin currently plays for RB Leipzig but seems to have fallen out of favour at the German club. With the Telegraph writing that he would be available for roughly £17.5m, he could be worth taking a risk on due to his undoubted potential.
Read Wolves reported three weeks ago that the Midlands outfit are keen on Marega, who scored in six consecutive Champions League games for Porto in 2018/19. That proven goalscoring record is something that should excite fans of the Molineux club.