It’s up for debate who will be at West Brom for the first game of the season and who won’t.
Certainly, there’s been some high-profile exits so far with Jonny Evans, Gareth McAuley and Claudio Yacob all moving on.
And it might not end there either with Salomon Rondon and Jay Rodriguez both attracting interest given their attacking talent.
Rodriguez, of course, has got great technical quality but still has to deal with question marks over his fitness record from years gone by, which is why we’d place a £15m price on his head in our latest price-tags feature:
Make no mistake, this guy has got ability many strikers in the Premier League would love and his fee has to reflect that.
It also has to reflect his injury record, though, and though past problems don’t guarantee future ones – they make them more likely.
West Brom might be looking for over £20m this summer before considering letting him go and they are well within their rights to do so – he’s their player and will be for another few years if he sees his contract out.
They do not need to sell, then, but for the figure they might be willing to let him go for, we think they’ll be earning more than they should perhaps be.