£3m Liverpool striker hot-to-trot

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Bolton Wanderers remain keen to sign Liverpool forward David Ngog in a £3 million deal, according to reports.

The French forward has been heavily linked with a move away from Anfield in the transfer window, with Kenny Dalglish thought to be weighing up his current attacking options.

Owen Coyle has remained coy over his interest in the 22-year-old, who moved to Liverpool from PSG in 2008, but admitted that his side could use more players for the advanced position.

"We do have a goal threat - and we will look to add to that - and for me that augurs well," said the Trotters boss.

"We are still trying to get people in but I don't have anyone cut and dried at this moment. In the next few days we will try to pursue that quite vigorously to ensure that happens.

"We will try to get the one or two in who we think will help us because we want to make sure we have a squad that is able to cope with the demands of the season."

Rafael Benitez brought Ngog to England for an undisclosed fee, and the French U21 international has since made 94 appearances in all competitions for Liverpool.


However, the player finds himself behind Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll in the Liverpool pecking order, and a move to the Reebok could provide the youngster with his first taste of regular first team football.

The Daily Express claim Liverpool will be looking for around £3 million from any possible sale.

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