After a 40 million plus spending spree this summer, Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has been told he must sell before he can look to spend more. That started with bust Milan Jovanovic, continued with starlet Daniel Ayala, and, if a people.co.uk report is correct, will continue with French striker David N'Gog.
The 22-year-old joined Liverpool from Paris St. Germain in 2008 as one of the most highly touted prospects in world football, but he failed to make his mark at Liverpool behind the likes of Fernando Torres and Dirk Kuyt.
In recent seasons, he has fallen back even further as new signings coupled with badly timed injuries have hurt the youngster. Still he appeared in 25 Premier League games last season coming off the bench, scoring two goals for the Anfield club.
Behind the likes of Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll, N'Gog is only a squad player at Liverpool. It appears he is desperate to join Bolton Wanderers to see more first-team football.
At the right price, Dalglish will sell.
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