It has been a bit of a rocky ride in recent weeks for West Bromwich Albion fans following the sacking of Darren Moore.
Since then, coach Jimmy Shan has taken over the reigns, guiding the Baggies to a 3-0 win against Swansea City and a 1-0 win away to Brentford, but the hunt goes on for a new boss.
One player who has been blissfully separated from the drama is on loan striker Salomon Rondon.
The Venezuelan was sent on loan to Newcastle United for the season to free up room on West Brom’s wage bill and has started to find his feet in the North East.
In fact, he has probably had his best spell for the Magpies whilst his parent club have been going through a tough spell.
He has scored three goals in his last five matches, taking his season tally to nine goals, impressing pundits in the process.
He impressed Tony Cascarino so much, in fact, that he slapped a £50million price tag on him during his weekly column for the Times (via the Express and Star).
So, what should the West Brom fans think of this valuation?
Frankly, they should be crying with laughter at such a ludicrous valuation.
Rondon has done well, but £50million for a 29-year-old? He would have to be borderline world class to warrant such a fee, and Rondon really is not.
Getting half of that would be brilliant, but to put such a large valuation on him, even in this market, is laughable.