Kiev plotting big-money offer to tempt Ngog
DYNAMO Kiev are laying a big money move on the line for Wanderers striker David Ngog in a bid to tempt him away from the Reebok.
It is understood a delegate from the Ukrainian club met with the player's representatives before their Europa League match against Bordeaux to offer a lucrative deal.
Ngog’s co-agent Bruno Satin had claimed on Wednesday the player was “not seeking” to leave Bolton, and that a move to the Ukraine “would not interest him at this time.”
But backed by the wealth of the influential Surkis family, Kiev are confident of turning Ngog’s head with the offer of a three-year contract and a basic salary that far exceeds what he currently earns.
Wanderers have refused to comment on any possible transfer but it is thought the club would not stand in the 23-year-old’s way if Kiev matched their £4million valuation.
When Fulham enquired about taking Ngog on loan in the January transfer window, the fee discussed to make the deal permanent in the summer was just £2.5m.