Bolton's David Ngog is reportedly a potential transfer target for Premier League outfit Swansea City.
The striker is out of contract with the Championship club in the summer and may be looking to join a Premier League side in this transfer window.
The Frenchman has scored three goals in Bolton's last four games, and has been the stand out player for the Trotters, who have only won one of their last five games and lost 7-1 to Reading last weekend.
Ngog has had Premier League experience before and scored nine times in the league during his stay at Liverpool. Furthermore it's likely that Bolton will find it hard to keep the striker if the right offer comes in from Swansea as he is one of their highest payed players.
Swansea have struggled so far this season after having such a successful campaign last year and could do with reinforcements in forward areas.
Wilfried Bony has been scoring for the Swans, netting seven times in the league this season, but with Alvaro Vasquez failing to score and Michu injured the Welsh side need someone else who can find the net.
Swansea's inclusion in the Europa League has also hindered their season with the side failing to cope with the added games they have to play. Signing Ngog could relieve some of the pressure off Bony and would add some fresh legs to a squad who desperately need them.
The Welsh side are 15th in the league only three points above the relegation zone and are without a Premier League win since early December when they beat Newcastle 3-0.
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