Swansea City have been linked with a summer move for Leeds United striker Chris Wood, according to the Mirror.
Wood netted 30 goals in all competitions at Elland Road in 2016/17 and subsequently will be a highly sought after man in the summer transfer window.
The 25-year-old has been under the guidance of former Swansea captain and manager Garry Monk at Leeds, as they missed out on a play-off spot very late in the campaign.
A New Zealand international, Wood started his career in his homeland with Waikato before making the bow in England with West Bromwich Albion in 2009.
After many a loan spell between 2009 and 2013 with a flurry of different Championship clubs in Barnsley, Brighton, Birmingham City, Bristol City and Millwall, he moved permanently to Leicester in 2013.
He made 52 appearances for the Foxes and even netted their first goal back in the Premier League in 2014, before losing his place to Jamie Vardy and Leonardo Ulloa.
Leeds snapped Wood up in 2015 and he’s been a hit for the Yorkshire club, bagging 40 goals in 80 games – an average of a goal every two games.
After a fine season with Leeds, a host of Premier League clubs are battling for the striker – although he’ll reportedly cost around £15-£20 million.