Premier League wantaway Nahki Wells is reportedly set for a move away from Burnley with Swansea City to be his likely destination according to the Sun reports.
Wells made a name for himself with Bradford City and Huddersfield Town before he was given an opportunity of a lifetime in topflight on the deadline day of the 2017 transfer window.
However the move ended up being successful and the Bermuda international was nowhere to be seen - the deal was worth £5 million at the time.
The 29-year-old was shipped out on loan during the 2018/19 season to Queens Park Rangers after he struggled to find the back of the net for Burnley in appearances.
According to the Sun reports, Swansea have made a table offer of £2.5 million for Wells who managed to score seven times in 40 Championship game at QPR.
However, The Swans recently sold their top goalscorer Oli McBurnie for £20 million to Sheffield United and if they secure Wells, there will be massive competition in the squad.
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