Sinclair (R) scored for Swansea in their 3-2 win over Arsenal on Sunday. Reuters

Liverpool's attempt to find the back of the net could end with the signing of Swansea City forward Scott Sinclair, with manager Kenny Dalglish reportedly preparing a bid for the 22-year-old.

With the Merseyside club's inability to score goals, a problem exacerbated by the lengthy ban on striker Luis Suarez, Dalglish has been looking at possible solutions. Andy Carroll, who is nearing the first anniversary of his £35 million move, is yet to flourish, leaving the club with no other option but to look towards the transfer market.

Sinclair, on the other hand, has been immense since making the move to Swansea in 2010 and scored 27 goals last season to help Brendan Rodgers' side to promotion. This season, he has been just as impressive, scoring six goals while helping summer signing Danny Graham with a bunch of assists.

The pacey-winger looks the perfect man for Liverpool, given his age, and Dalglish could find an extra dimension through signing him, something which could better Liverpool's tally of 24 goals in 21 games this season.

According to, Dalglish has received glowing reports on the former-Chelsea man from a number of scouts, and a move could be imminent.