Thursday, 31 January 2013

David Ngog is a Target For Martin Jol's Fulham

Fulham boss Martin Jol is trying to snap up Bolton striker David Ngog in a cut-price £2.5m deal.

The Wanderers paid Liverpool £4m for Frenchman Ngog in August 2011 but he has struggled to land a regular spot in the team.

And now Bolton are willing to let Ngog head to Craven Cottage as they look to cut their wage bill at the Reebok.

Jol was keen on Ngog in the summer but refused to pay £4m for him then and has been enticed back by Bolton's willingness to let him leave for less.

Meanwhile, Bolton are signing Partizan Belgrade midfielder Medo in a £300,000 deal.

Medo, 25, arrives at the Reebok for talks today about three-year deal with the Wanderers.

The midfielder has Champions League experience having played against Arsenal in the competition in 2010.

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