Making it rather clear he doesn’t particularly want to stay at Rennes forever, Paul-Georges Ntep has been linked with a move to the Premier League over the past few months.
Le10 Sport have been adamant that Watford are one of the teams interested in the 24-year-old, yet L’Equipe on Sunday report another Premier League team, one with a manager who knows the French league rather well, are also keeping tabs on the winger.
The French newspaper claim that Swansea, currently managed by former Le Havre manager Bob Bradley, have already made an enquiry regarding a transfer for the forward, whose contract with the Ligue 1 side runs out in June 2017.
Available on a free next summer and free to talk to any clubs from January onwards, Rennes, if faced with a good offer, could find themselves unable to refuse a winter transfer for Ntep.
With one goal and five assists in 12 league appearances this season, the left-winger could offer some much needed creativity to the Swans, who have seen themselves outclassed too many times this season already, even if they did pull off a good 3-0 win over Sunderland at the weekend.
The Welsh side, following a terrible start to the season under former manager Francesco Guidolin, currently sit in the first relegation spot after picking up only 12 points from their first 15 games.