The Crystal Palace winger would be an excellent addition to the Swansea City squad.
Swans boss Paul Clement has a lot of work to do before the transfer window slams shut at the end of this month, if he is to galvanise his troops following the sale of the club's best player Gylfi Sigurdsson to Everton.
Clement will surely be looking to add quality to his forward options over the course of this next week, and the addition of an established attack-minded player will be of paramount importance to the Welsh outfit's hopes of enjoying a successful campaign.
With this in mind, Swansea should consider making a move for Eagles ace Andros Townsend, with Frank De Boer reportedly willing to listen to offers for the winger, according to the Daily Mail.
The 26-year-old has struggled to establish himself at Selhurst Park, since joining the south London outfit last summer, but still has plenty to offer at the very highest level, and his direct playing style would surely prove to be a huge asset to Clement's side.
The 13-capped England international possesses one of the most dangerous deliveries in the game, and with the likes of Tammy Abraham and Fernando Llorente to aim for in the middle, he would undoubtedly be a real hit at the Liberty Stadium.
Townsend can play anywhere along the front-line, but is most effective when deployed in the right wing role, from where he is renowned for cutting inside onto his lethal left foot.
His penchant for shooting from distance is something that could be crucial to Swansea, considering the fact that they have lost that threat following Sigurdsson's exit.
With just one week remaining until the transfer window slams shut, Clement should not hesitate to bring the Palace man to the Liberty Stadium, and if he manages to do just that, it could turn out to be a signing of real significance for the Welsh outfit.