With summer approaching there’s going to be plenty of talk about the ins and outs at the Liberty.
The Swans have been linked with a number of players but there are also a few coming to the end of their contracts. Carlos Carvalhal will be desperate to get some signed on for next year, while the door could also be shown to a fair few.
We take a look at all those out of contract come the end of the season…
Carvalhal will be desperate to get the South Korean international signed up for next season. He’s been instrumental in the Swansea midfield with some intelligent performances.
He’s the club’s best midfielder by a distance and there would need to be some major moves in the transfer window if they were to lose him.
Leon Britton is undoubtably a club legend and will be without a contract come the end of the season.
It’ll be interesting to see what happens from there, with a coaching role perhaps the most favoured option among fans.
Arguably the best right back at the club, Carvalhal will likely want to keep the Spaniard on the books.
He’s not a bad player and is certainly someone the young Connor Roberts could learn from.
There are of course a number of loanees who are set to leave come the end of the season.
It’s been a difficult season for Renato Sanches who at the beginning was perhaps considered to be one of the signings of the summer.
He’s failed to live up to expectation though and it’s unlikely he’ll be making a return for the next campaign.
The same applies to Tammy Abraham. He really hit the ground running in his first few weeks but hasn’t really kicked on from there. It’ll be interesting to see where he ends up next season as he certainly doesn’t look good enough for the Chelsea first team.
On the other hand, Andy King has been a good asset for Swansea and Carvalhal may be keen to snap the Leicester man up on a permanent basis.
He’s only made a handful of appearances, but has fitted in well and would prove to be a good signing if they stay in the Premier League.