Premier League strugglers Swansea City may have collected a vital three points against Watford on Monday night, but a goalscoring threat remains a problem for the 17th-placed side.
The Swans have netted just eight goals in their last ten league games, which has seen them accumulate nine points out of a possible 30 and frequently drop into the relegation places.
Alan Curtis’ men ran out 1-0 victors over the Hornets thanks to Ashley Williams’ 27th-minute header in an uneventful first half - and whilst they managed to scrape the victory, there is no doubt new additions are needed going forward.
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As a result, according to the Mirror, Swansea are set to resign Aston Villa winger Scott Sinclair, who first made a name for himself at the Liberty Stadium.
The versatile forward has lost his starting berth at Villa Park and a move away appears the perfect solution to revive his floundering career.
Swansea are set to offer £2 million for Sinclair's services, which Villa will likely accept. The 26-year-old bagged 36 goals in 91 appearances for the Swans prior to his move to Manchester City in 2012.
Once adored in South Wales, there is no doubt Sinclair would be warmly welcomed back into the frame given his undoubted talent and attacking threat. The Englishman also played a vital part in helping Swansea secure promotion to the Premier League in 2011, scoring 19 league goals in the Championship.
In Sinclair, Swansea will have bagged a player capable of helping them resurrect their poor season, which has also seen the departure of manager Garry Monk - and at just £2 million, the winger could prove to be a bargain if he can recapture previous form.