"Things are not going well off the pitch and you can see a reflection of that on the pitch".
Newcastle United manager, Rafa Benítez, added: "I am delighted to sign Salomón".
"He, together with Yoshinori Muto, will give us different options, and will improve the competition between the strikers, which is always positive for the team".
Newcastle said last week that they had reached an agreement with the Bundesliga club for the transfer. "We can talk [he and Charnley] and be close [to making signings] but after we are not so close", he said. "I am really looking forward to playing in front of the fans".
A hard-working and popular member of the squad, Ings nonetheless saw his game time at Liverpool restricted once more last season.
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The Spaniard later admitted he had no choice but to "wheel and deal" in the transfer market.
So far this summer Newcastle have sold Mikel Merino to Real Sociedad for £10mn, Aleksandar Mitrovic to Fulham for £22mn, Chancel Mbemba to Porto for £8mn and Matz Sels to Strasbourg for £3.5mn.
Venezuela global Rondon becomes Benitez's sixth summer recruit, following on from the signings of Martin Dubravka, Kenedy, Yoshinori Muto, Fabian Schar and Ki Sung-yeung.
Having already been a target of Benitez's previously, the report says Ings is now "back on the agenda" and "interested in heading to Tyneside". 'They want to have better players around because they have more possibilities to win'.
Newcastle have paid Albion a £2m loan fee to bring Rondon in for the season, but there is no obligation to buy him included in the deal.