N'Gog joins Reims on quiet day of French transfers
Former Liverpool striker David N'Gog joins Reims on quiet transfer day in French league
Associated Press
2014-09-02 03:42 AM

PARIS (AP) -- On a quiet day of transfers in the French league, the main news was who left rather than who joined, with Colombia striker Radamel Falcao leaving Monaco after just one season to sign a loan deal with Manchester United.

Struggling first division side Reims, however, boosted its forward line by signing former Liverpool striker David N'Gog from Premier League club Swansea.

The 25-year-old N'Gog, who formerly played for Paris Saint-Germain, scored nine goals in 63 Premier League appearances for Liverpool before leaving to join Bolton and then Swansea, where he failed to make an impact.

Reims, which is in 19th place and has failed to win a game after four rounds of matches so far, also took French defender Valentin Roberge on loan from Premier League Sunderland.

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