Swansea fans in the Football Transfer Tavern are looking ahead to their 7th consecutive season in the top flight of English football, and are starting to believe that their club is becoming and established Premier League side.
According to the South Wales Evening Post, manager Francesco Guidolin, will reportedly look to extend the services of Leon Britton and Angel Rangel, who have both got one year remaining on their respective contracts at the Liberty Stadium.
Britton, in particular, will be entering his fourteenth year at the club next season. He first joined the club on loan from West Ham United in the season of 2002-2003, before being snatched up by the Swans on a permanent deal in the summer.
He then left the club in 2010 to Sheffield United, but returned the following year and going on to make over 400 appearances in South Wales.
Rangel, meanwhile, has made 306 appearances for the Jacks, and will be looking ahead to his ninth season with them, with their vastly experienced coach understood to be eager to keep two of his stalwarts ahead of his first full campaign in charge.
Will Guidolin keep Swansea up next year?
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