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Salomon Rondon deal agreed between West Brom and Rafa Benitez’s Dalian Yifang | Football News

Rondon played under new Dalian Yifang boss Rafa Benitez at Newcastle last season

Last Updated: 15/07/19 4:00pm

Salomon Rondon could be working under Rafa Benitez again, this time in China

Salomon Rondon could be working under Rafa Benitez again, this time in China

Salomon Rondon could be working under Rafa Benitez again, this time in China

Rafa Benitez’s new side Dalian Yifang have agreed a deal with West Brom to sign Salomon Rondon, Sky Sports News understands.

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The Chinese Super League club are now in discussions with the Venezuela striker and a deal could be agreed with him by Wednesday.

Rondon is said to be keen on working with Benitez again, having played under him on loan at Newcastle last season.

The 29-year-old’s contract at West Brom has a release clause of £16.5m.

Benitez became Dalian manager in early July after deciding not to sign a new contract at St James’ Park.

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