Former Coventry City striker Jordy Hiwula has been linked with a January move to Swindon Town just months after joining Portsmouth.
Hiwula, who was released by the Sky Blues in the summer, secured a short-term deal at League One Pompey in late October.
The 26-year-old’s current deal at Fratton Park is set to expire on January 20 and Swindon, who are currently struggling at the wrong end of the League One table, are reportedly aiming to sign Hiwula, as well as Joe Day from Championship side Cardiff City this month.
The Sun are reporting that Swindon are keen to add Hiwula to their ranks, with the striker earning minimal minutes in England’s third tier since his arrival at Pompey.
Whilst Blues boss Kenny Jackett is keen on Hiwula, the former City man has played just 10 minutes across two substitute appearances in League One.
Since being signed last October, Hiwula has played five times in all competitions for the Hampshire side, scoring three goals.
However, Hiwula’s only two starts in blue have come in the Papa John’s Trophy.
Asked about Hiwula’s future earlier this week, Jackett said that Pompey were set to hold talks with Hiwula in the coming days.
“We are speaking to Jordy at the moment but no, there has not been anything concrete yet,” Jackett told Hampshire Live.
“Jordy has a contract until January 20 and we will be speaking to him next week.”
Should Hiwula sign for Swindon, he would be joining ex-Pompey forward Brett Pitman who is currently at The County Ground.