Swansea City are set for a busy summer in the transfer window after they just about survived in the Premier League last time out.
The Swans, now led by former Derby County manager Paul Clement, pulled away from the drop-zone in the final weeks of the season to secure their top-flight status for yet another year.
It was a massive relief for the Swansea fans lining the bar here in the pub, some of whom thought the club were well and truly doomed as results grew even worse over the Christmas period.
But they scrapped away and moving forward, there’s going to be lots of emphasis on bringing in players that can improve the ranks enough for next season.
However, one man that might not be part of first-team plans moving forward is goalkeeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt, who has been used sparingly during his time in South Wales.
The Swede has played just twice in the Premier League having arrived back in 2015 and according to Swedish outlet Aftonbladet, he could be looking to seek a move away from the Liberty this summer.
“Swansea have said that I am not for sale. If the coach continues to continue to play Fabianski then there is a small opening that I could get to go away on loan,” he said.
“It has been difficult. Honestly, I think I should have had the chance given the way the team has performed and what I did when I played. but it is difficult when we have changed coaches so many times,” the former Herenveen shot-stopper added.
A difficult situation for a goalkeeper who was rated so highly upon his arrival at the club.
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