While it’s hardly been a lightning-quick start to the transfer window, there has been no shortage of drama on the managerial merry-go-round. A number of the Championship’s biggest teams are still searching for a new boss, while some of their second-tier rivals appear at risk of losing theirs.
Swansea City transfer round-up: Liverpool stance on Swans target emerges as interest in influential duo becomes clearer and Thomas Henry offer revealed
This summer transfer window will be an intriguing one for Swansea City. Having missed out on promotion back to the Premier League with defeat to Brentford in the Championship play-off final, the Welsh club will be looking to put together a squad that can compete for a place in the top-flight again next season.
Leeds United are reportedly interested in signing free agent Andre Ayew in the summer transfer window, as Marcelo Bielsa looks to bolster his squad. The Lowdown: Ayew set to become a free agent Following Swansea’s defeat to Brentford in the Championship playoff final, the Ghanaian is set to become a free agent, running down his £83,000-a-week contract at the Liberty Stadium which expires next week, .
Are you an avid fan of Swansea City A.F.C? If so, you will undoubtedly be desperate to get back to the Liberty Stadium. When the new season does eventually get underway, you should seek to get the most of your match days by putting the following advice into practice:
Swanage push unbeaten leaders Puddletown to the wire SWANAGE became the latest side to fall victim to unbeaten leaders Puddletown in Dorset Cricket League Division One, but they ran them extremely close. Having elected to field first in overcast conditions, all Swanage's bowlers worked excellently in-tandem to reduce the hosts much-vaunted batting line-up to 84 for six.
Swansea City are facing a crucial summer period where they will need to ensure that they make the right recruitment decisions to allow them to challenge for promotion again next term. The Swans have already seen the likes of key players Freddie Woodman, Marc Guehi and Andre Ayew leave the club and those three, in particular, will take a lot of replacing in the transfer market.
08Swansea City will be a club on a mission next term. The Swans reached the play-off semi-finals in 2020, before reaching the final this time around where they met Brentford but fell to a heartbreaking 2-0 defeat during the Wembley showpiece. As a result Steve Cooper’s side will be determined to put things right next term.
Crystal Palace have decided to rip up their managerial shortlist and move on to other targets after they had been linked with a move for Swansea City boss Steve Cooper, according to The Sun. There have been various reports that have been circulating for a while now suggesting that Palace have been interested in making a move for Cooper this summer as they aim to find the right long-term replacement for the departing Roy Hodgson.
We're giving readers a chance to win the brand new Swansea City home shirt for the 2021/22 Championship football season The excitement for the 2021/22 Championship season is already building. The Swans will once again be looking to challenge for promotion having suffered play-off final heartache last time out.
Swansea City will be targeting promotion back into the Premier League next season, after they fell short in their efforts in this year’s campaign. The Swans finished fourth in the Championship table, but were beaten by Brentford in the Championship play-off final at Wembley, which brought a disappointing conclusion to their 2020/21 season.
The Owls saw a number of players leave the club following their relegation to the third tier, and Darren Moore has a real task on his hands to prepare a squad capable of bouncing back up at the first time of asking. Ex-Wednesday man Chris Brunt has been discussing the club's challenge to recruit new players, but insisted the promise of playing the Owls's iconic home stadium Hillsborough could lure in signings this summer.
Swansea City transfers: Swans show their hand on striker as Crystal Palace board split over Steve Cooper
Here's your round-up of all the latest Swansea City transfer news and gossip Here's the latest Swansea City transfer news and gossip for Thursday, June 17. Swansea intensify Henry chase Swansea have reportedly stepped up their interest in striker Thomas Henry. Henry has been on the Swans radar for the last few weeks, with Steve Cooper looking to add some much needed firepower to his side ahead of next season's Championship campaign, particularly in light of star man Andre Ayew's departure.
Swansea City are said to be interested in signing OH Leuven striker Thomas Henry this summer, according to a recent report by Belgian publication Het Nieuwsblad. The frontman has been in impressive form on the continent and notched up 21 goals and six assists in 31 league matches last season.
Swansea City’s attempts to bolster their strike-force this summer could be set to accelerate with reports in Belgium suggesting that their pursuit of Thomas Henry is becoming ‘more concrete’, according to Het Nieuwsblad, via Sport Witness. But it may cost the Swans a significant fee to prize the 26-year-old away from OhL, with the report stating that they are willing to go up to 6 million euros to try and get the Belgian club to accept.
There is a split with the Crystal Palace board over Swansea City’s Steve Cooper as the Eagles look to name their new manager. The Premier League side have been searching for a new boss after Roy Hodgson announced he was leaving following the final game of last season, however they have had a frustrating few weeks, with Nuno Espirito Santo not taking charge despite lengthy talks.
The latest transfer news, views and gossip from the Liberty Stadium Your latest Swansea City transfer headlines for Monday, June 14. Millwall reject Swans' 'derisory' offer The South London Press report that Millwall have rejected a "derisory" offer from Swansea for youngster Abdul Abdulmalik.
The dust has now settled on Swansea City's 2020/21 campaign and despite defeat in the Championship play-off final there is much to look back on with pride The dust has now settled on Swansea City's season and despite the disappointment of the play-off final defeat to Brentford, their campaign can only be viewed as a successful one.
SWANAGE sealed a comprehensive 163-run victory over Compton House in their latest Dorset Division One clash. The hosts batted first and got off to a solid start with a half-century opening partnership between John Lewis and Mike Nash. Although, they were both dismissed in quick succession after making 32 and 29 respectively.
Swansea agree seven-figure fee but face complications in pursuit of potential Andre Ayew replacement
Swansea City have reportedly agreed a seven-figure fee with PSV Eindhoven for striker Joel Piroe but still face complications as they ramp up the pursuit of their potential Andre Ayew replacement. The Swans saw their 2020/21 leading scorer leave as a free agent this summer but it seems they’ve identified a replacement.
The young forward is set to secure a permanent transfer to south Wales Kyle Joseph is set to become Swansea City's first signing of the summer transfer window. WalesOnline revealed earlier this month that the Swans were interested in a move for the Wigan Athletic man. The striker's contract with the Latics expires this summer, although he was offered fresh terms by the DW Stadium outfit.