Swansea City are interested in a deal to bring Sory Kaba to the Liberty Stadium this summer.
That’s according to a report by The Telegraph, who claim that Steve Cooper’s side, along with Watford and Middlesbrough, have the FC Midtjylland centre-forward on their radar ahead of a potential move in the upcoming transfer window.
The report goes on to claim that the 25-year-old is seen as an affordable option for all three sides, each of whom are looking to clubs bolster their attack this summer.
It is easy to see why a number of Championship clubs are interested in a move for Kaba, as the Guinea international has highly impressed in Denmark this season.
And, with Swansea being heavily reliant on the goals of both Andre Ayew and Jamal Lowe this season – with the pair scoring 17 and 14 Championship goals respectively this season, while no other player managed more than five league goals – additions in the attacking department would appear to be a priority for Cooper this summer, particularly if the club go on to secure promotion in the play-off final this Saturday.
As such, if the £2.25million-rated Kaba is indeed available at an affordable price in the upcoming transfer window, as The Telegraph suggest, he would appear to be a very fine addition to the 41-year-old’s attacking arsenal at the Liberty Stadium.
However, Cooper must act quickly, as the lure of guaranteed Premier League football with Watford could well give the Hornets the upper hand in any ongoing negotiations for the Midtjylland man.