Swansea City will revive their interest in Dundee midfielder Glen Kamara, according to Wales Online.
The Swans were linked with a move for the 23-year-old over the summer but a move never materialised. Glasgow giants Celtic and Rangers were also credited with an interest a couple of months ago.
Swansea are believed to have had a scout at present for Dundee’s recent Scottish Premier League fixture against Hamilton Academical.
Graham Potters’ side are currently 12th in the Championship and seven points off the Play-Offs. They will be in the hunt for some reinforcements in the upcoming January transfer window as Potter looks to add the finishing touches to the squad he inherited in the summer.
Kamara started his career at Southend United but was signed by Arsenal in 2012. He made his senior debut for the Gunners in a League Cup fixture away to Sheffield Wednesday in October 2015.
He then enjoyed loan spells at Southend and Colchester United and gained some first-team experience. Kamara then left Arsenal on a permanent basis last year and his move to Dundee has worked out for the better
Kamara is also now a Finland international and has made seven caps. He also previously represented his country at Under-19 and Under-21 level as a youngster.
He has established himself in the Scottish top flight and has played 51 games for Dundee since his move there. Kamara has proven that he is ready for a move to help progress his career and he would be ideal for Swansea.