It’s been a thoroughly miserable season for the Swansea City fans propping up the bar in the Transfer Tavern, who’ve watched their side fall to the bottom of the table.
Manager Bob Bradley has failed to inspire the Jack Army and many of our Welsh drinkers believe top brass at the Liberty Stadium would have been better served by keeping faith in Francesco Guidolin.
Now, the Jacks parked in the bar have been met with further worrying reports emanating out of Asia.
According to The Chosunilbo, midfielder Ki Sung-yueng is of interest to the mega wealthy teams in the Chinese Super League,
Captaining the South Korean national side, the former Celtic man is a big name in the Far East and is said to have admirers in the CSL.
Both Hebei Fortune and Shanghai SIPG are understood to be ready to offer the 27-year-old big money to quit the Swans’ scrap for survival in the New Year.
With just 18 months to run on his deal, the ex-Sunderland ace could be on his way back to Asia, rather than fight relegation under Bradley in south Wales.
Could you blame Ki for leaving should he get a big offer?
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