Swansea City have signed Bolton Wanderers striker David Ngog for an undisclosed fee until the end of this season.
The 24-year-old French striker, who is best known for his time at Liverpool from 2008-2011, is hoping to receive approval from the Premier League in order to be available for Swansea’s match against Fulham tomorrow.
Ngog joined Bolton in 2011 for a fee of £4million, and scored 8 goals in 31 appearances last season for the Trotters.
The addition of Ngog to Swansea City’s squad will give manager Michael Laudrup more attacking options to consider given that Michu is still injured. Wilfried Bony has been playing very well as of late, but second striker Alvaro Vazquez has failed to make an impact in the Premier League, so there’s certainly an option for Ngog to get playing time for the Swans.
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