Tuesday, 27 March 2018

The Swansea Players That Could Leave This Summer

It’s that time of year where there are plenty of players rumoured to be coming in and out of a club and that’s most certainly the case at the Liberty Stadium.

It’ll be Carlos Carvalhal’s first chance to really plan ahead with Swansea, after dragging them out of the mire and he’ll be desperate to keep a number of players as well as buy. However, there’s already a number of names being rumoured to be heading towards the door.

We take a look at the players whose days with the Jacks could be limited…

Ki Sung-Yueng

Ki Sung-Yueng is out of contract this summer and has already been linked to both West Ham and AC Milan. The South Korean will also have the perfect shop window in the World Cup.

Milan do seem to be favourites for the midfielder, who seems destined to leave Swansea. A contract offer may be put on the table but it looks as though his mind is already made up.

Alfie Mawson

It seems only a matter of time before a big club comes in for Alfie Mawson and the club will be desperate to keep hold of him.

It’ll take big money for the centre half to move, expected to be in the region of £35million should he go. Spurs seem the most likely candidate, while Leicester are also rumoured to be formulating an offer. Toby Alderweireld is expected to move on from Spurs so North London looks odds-on for the young Englishman.

Roque Mesa

Roque Mesa seemed a fantastic signing when he first made the move from Las Palmas for a bargain £11million, but it just hasn’t worked.

He’s currently out on loan with Sevilla and there just doesn’t seem like there’s a way back for him. Sevilla may be tempted to make a bid for him but another loan move or permanent switch seems incredibly likely this summer.

Leon Britton

Leon Britton is pretty much Mr Swansea but is out of contract this summer and simply hasn’t played enough to trigger another year on his contract.

It’s likely the club will respect him enough for a decision to come before the end of the season allowing Britton to say a final goodbye. He’s 35-years-old now, so it could well be retirement for him rather than another club. Only time will tell.

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