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Southampton: Personal terms agreed for Svanberg

Southampton: Personal terms agreed for Svanberg -Southampton Transfer Rumours

According to reports out of Italy, there has been a big Southampton transfer update involving Bologna star Mattias Svanberg as manager Ralph Hasenhuttl potentially edges closer to another signing.

The Lowdown: Saints busy…

Saints transfer chief Martin Semmens has been busy in this summer market already, first sealing a deal for ex-Man City goalkeeper Gavin Bazanu, who dazzled on loan at south coast rivals Portsmouth last season.

Following on from the Republic of Ireland international, Hasenhuttl then saw colossal central defender Armel Bella-Kotchap arrive from Bundesliga side VfL Bochum.

It appears Southampton mean business as they gear up for the 2022/2023 Premier League season with another promising update now coming to light involving Svanberg.

The Latest: Svanberg terms agreed…

According to Corriere dello Sport (via Sport Witness), it is believed the St. Mary’s side ‘have already reached an agreement’ on his contract and salary as they shake hands on personal terms.

Potentially edging closer to his signing, all that remains is for Southampton and Bologna to agree a fee over Svanberg.

The Verdict: Exciting?

An iNews source described the Denmark sensation as one of the top number 8’s in Europe, a potentially head-turning tag and one which could best sum up why Hasenhuttl wants him in England.

The 23-year-old, also called a ‘very talented’ player by the source in question, was a mainstay for Bologna over 21/22 – playing the sixth-most Serie A minutes out of anyone in their squad (WhoScored).

An exciting up and coming player, we believe he could be a brilliant capture after Bazanu and Bella-Kotchup if they can get it done.


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