English Premier League side Swansea are keen on landing Ghana and Bristol City flier Albert Adomah.
Swans boss Brendan Rodgers is eager to bolster his front-line options ahead of a second season in the Premier League.
And it is thought Ghana winger Adomah has been identified by the Northern Irishman as a player who can add competition to the wide roles after catching the eye at Ashton Gate.
Adomah, 24, has already attracted the interest of a host of Premier League clubs over the past 18 months with the Robins having to issue ‘hands-off’ warnings to potential suitors in January.
But Swansea could be ready to test Bristol City’s resolve with an initial bid of around £2m for a player who has two years left to run on his current deal.
Rodgers has made it clear he wants to do his transfer business in the early part of this summer as he plots to build on an excellent mid-table finish in their Premier League debut.
Adomah would come into Swansea’s budget and the pacy wide man would tick the boxes of the type of player the club are keen on.
A former non-league player, Adomah has made rapid progress since signing for Bristol City in 2010, winning player of the year in his first season.
He made 45 appearances Championship last term, earning international recognition with Ghana – although he pulled out of the recent training camp ahead of the looming World Cup qualifiers with a knee complaint.