Swansea City are reportedly close to agreeing a £3m move for Middlesbrough forward Marvin Emnes.
Swansea City are reportedly on the verge of signing Middlesbrough forward Marvin Emnes.
Swans chairman Huw Jenkins admitted that the club made an enquiry about signing the 24-year-old earlier this summer, while Brendan Rodgers was still in charge.
According to The Mirror, the deal is back on following the approval of new boss Michael Laudrup and the two parties are close to agreeing a £3m fee.
Emnes spent a month on loan at the Liberty Stadium in 2010, scoring two goals in four Championship games.
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