Swansea City are eyeing up a loan move for Brentford’s Tariqe Fosu.
The Swans have been eager to bolster their attacking options and have identified Fosu as an option to improve their squad in the final third, as first reported by The Athletic.
The 25-year-old can operate as a winger or as an attacking midfielder.
Russell Martin’s side are hopeful of signing the Ghana international on loan for the remainder of the campaign. A deal would include the option to make the switch permanent in the summer of 2021.
Fosu netted five goals in 41 appearances for the Bees last season as they gained promotion into the Premier League.
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Meanwhile, Kyle Joseph has joined Cheltenham Town on loan.
The Swans signed the striker earlier this summer after he was released by Wigan Athletic.
He impressed in the Carabao Cup victories over Reading and Plymouth Argyle, although Martin was eager to see the 19-year-old gain more experience in the number nine role elsewhere.
And he sealed a loan move to League One side Cheltenham late on deadline day.
The Swans remain eager to sign off deals to bring free agent Olivier Ntcham and Southampton frontman Michael Obafemi to south Wales.
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