By ESPNSTAR.com staff
La Liga side Malaga are currently in a state of financial instability, and several members of the playing staff are expected to seek transfers after months of unpaid wages. Spaniard Santi Carzola's move to Arsenal is rumoured to be close to completion, and it now appears that Rondon will soon be joining his team-mate in London.
Tottenham manager Andres Villas-Boas is eager to bolster his striking options, as the move to make Emmanuel Adebayor's loan deal from Manchester City a permanent one has hit a snag due to the Togolese's wage demands, leaving Jermain Defoe as the squad's only recognized forward.
Rondon registered 11 goals last season, despite starting most of Malaga's games on the bench, and Villas-Boas is keen to take advantage of Malaga's financial situation to convince them to sell the Venezuelan. The striker was priced at 20 million pounds previously, but Spurs are hopeful that a 10 million pound bid will now be sufficient to obtain Rondon.