Anfield outcast set for move to the Reebok Stadium.
Bolton Wanderers have agreed a £4million deal with Liverpool for striker David N’Gog.
The 22-year-old has been deemed surplus to requirements by Reds boss Kenny Dalglish after three mediocre years on Merseyside.
The French striker has shown glimpses of ability, particularly in the Europa League but has never shown the consistency required at Anfield.
Bolton manager Owen Coyle has offered N’Gog regular first-team football as a replacement for Swedish international Johan Elmander.
The Trotters boss admits he was “hopeful” a deal would be pushed through today.
The spare cash may allow Liverpool to enter the market themselves for a striker with Mauro Zarate the latest name to be linked with a move to Anfield.
Meanwhile, Bolton and Liverpool look set to miss out on Shaun Wright-Phillips and Craig Bellamy, respectively, to Queens Park Rangers.
Both players have been spotted in London, according to reports, to undergo medicals at Loftus Road to join the Premier League new boys.
The Manchester City outcasts have been allowed to leave to help the oil-rich club fall in-line with UEFA’s new financial fair play rules.