Ex-Liverpool striker joins French side

first_img1 Former Liverpool, Bolton and Swansea forward David N’Gog has joined Reims on a two-year deal, it has been announced.The French frontman has spent the last six years in England, having moved to Anfield from Paris Saint Germain in 2008.He then moved on to Bolton and Swansea but failed to consistently show his best form at any of those clubs and has been allowed to return to his homeland.N’Gog has signed a two-year deal with Reims and joins on a free transfer.“I am pleased to have arrived and very happy to be part of this new team,” he said.“Now I’m looking forward to meeting my new team-mates in training in order to be fit as soon as possible to attack the competition.“It’s a pleasure to be back in the French league, Ligue 1 has evolved a lot since I left and I expect tough games but I’m prepared.“I am proud to wear the jersey of Stade de Reims and hope to have all the support of the fans and gain their trust as soon as possible to achieve great things here.” David N’Gog last_img read more