Swansea City have agreed a £5 million fee with Tottenham Hotspur to sign Kyle Naughton, according to the Daily Mirror.
Swansea have allegedly been long-term admirers of Naughton and it seems that the deal is edging closer to completion.
Naughton has fallen out of favour at White Hart Lane this season, playing just five times, and he could be one of a number of players to leave Spurs over the coming weeks.
Mauricio Pochettino is understood to be keen on selling some of his fringe players and Naughton has been one of the victims of the clear out.
If the right-back does agree personal terms with Swansea he is likely to become a key player right away.
Garry Monk's side are looking to bolster their squad following the departure of Wilfried Bony and Naughton looks set to be the first investment they make.
Naughton has made 74 appearances for Tottenham over a five-year stay at the club.