01.09.2014 19:01 h

N'Gog returns to France after English exile

French striker David N'Gog brought to an end a six year spell in England on Monday by joining Ligue 1 outfit Reims.

The 25-year-old - who was a free agent after being released by Premier League side Swansea at the end of last season - signed a two year contract with Reims.

N'Gog, who came through the Paris Saint Germain youth system, joined Liverpool in 2008 with the former France Under-21 international spending three seasons there scoring nine goals in 63 appearances.

However, with the arrivals of Uruguayan star Luis Suarez and England international Andy Carroll in early 2011 he found his opportunities limited and he joined Bolton for £4million ($6.6million, 5million euros) but left them in last January's transfer window for Swansea, where he only played three times.