Swansea City supporters in the Transfer Tavern are anticipating a flurry of activity before tonight’s deadline.
Following the publicised departure of Gylfi Sigurdsson, the Swans have ample money in place to invest in the squad before Thursday’s deadline. Hull City’s Sam Clucas has been acquired since the departure of Sigurdsson, and the Welsh club is poised to make more additions before the transfer window concludes.
One such addition is Nacer Chadli. According to the BBC, the Belgian winger is keen on a move to the Liberty Stadium having fallen out with manager Tony Pulis over the pre-season period.
The 28-year-old transferred to West Brom at the start of last season and scored five goals in 32 appearances for the Baggies.
Without a doubt, the Belgian winger would be a solid acquisition for Paul Clement’s side. Chadli scored 25 goals in 119 games for Tottenham Hotspur, a useful indicator of his suitability to the Premier League. His arrival would enhance Clement’s attacking options, and it would inject creativity and experience into Swansea’s team.
The former Twente player is highly regarded for his finishing ability, and he’s also lauded for his crossing capacity. At the age of 28, it is conceivable that the Belgian forward is approaching the pinnacle of his abilities which would be of tremendous benefit to the Swans.
In addition to his experience at club level, the West Brom outcast has amassed 35 caps for Belgium’s national team, scoring four goals in the process. Our landlord believes that Chadli would be a superb signing for Paul Clement’s team.
Swansea fans, do you agree? Let us know!
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