The agent of David Ngog, Bruno Satin, has said that Ngog doesn’t want to leave his current club Bolton wanderers and all the reports about his transfer are false.
There have been a few reports that Ngog is not enjoying himself in the Bolton Wanderers camp and he wants to take a transfer. But, his agent has denied all those speculations.
When asked about the reports of Ngog’s transfer, Satin said, “There is nothing like that. David is not planning to leave Bolton. His tuning with the manager and president of the club is pretty good and he is pretty happy playing for Bolton.”
However, Satin admitted that a few clubs were interested in signing Ngog during the mid season transfer window. Satin said, “Yes, a few clubs wanted to buy him in January, but, David rejected their offers.”
The English club Fulham was also reported to be one of the clubs which were interested in signing Ngog.
Ngog had signed for Bolton Wanderers in August 2011. Bolton had bought him from Liverpool after paying a transfer fee of 4 million Pounds. The French striker has featured for Bolton in 54 matches so far and has scored 8 goals.
Ngog’s contract with Bolton is going to expire in 2014 and according to his agent; Ngog will not take a transfer before the completion of his contract.
Ngog’s agent admitted that this hasn’t been the greatest of seasons for his client, but, he said that Ngog is working hard to put up better performances in the remaining matches.
Satin said. “This season hasn’t been that good for David, but, he is a sort of guy who always works hard either he is playing well or not. Hopefully, in the rest of the matches, his performance would be better.”