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Football Transfer League - Mon Dec 4 9:25 AM
Daniel Opare of FC Augsburg , rumoured to be transfering to Swansea report Daily Mail . - Football Rumour from 04-Dec-2017
Daily Mail - Sun Dec 3 10:31 PM
Paul Clement looks set for a stay of execution at Swansea City, with board members still backing their manager. His side are rock bottom of the league, with just nine points from 15 games.
Daily Mail - Sun Dec 3 12:27 AM
Swansea, West Ham and Everton have joined the clubs showing interest in Augsburg full-back Daniel Opare. The Ghana international is available for around £3million in the upcoming window.
Independent - Fri Dec 1 2:00 PM
Sanches, who joined Swansea on a season-long loan from Germany's Bayern Munich in August, has failed to make an impact in eight league games for the Welsh side
Daily Mail - Fri Dec 1 1:34 AM
The 20-year-old Portugal midfielder has endured a torrid time in south Wales since joining on a season-long deal from Bayern Munich in August. He has failed to score or provide an assist.
Soccernet - Fri Dec 1 1:13 AM
Antonio Rudiger's first Premier League goal for Chelsea secured the three points at Stamford Bridge. Paul Clement has promised Renato Sanches' difficult loan spell at Swansea will not be cut short. Sanches has endured a torrid time in south Wales since joining on a season-long deal from Bayern Mu...
We are very happy because Jordan is one of the best attackers of the Premier League in my opinion, said manager Carlos Carvalhal.
Daily Mail - 10:31 PM
I am [pleased with a point]. We expected a difficult game with a change of manager, Carvalhal told Sky Sports. The [West Brom] players are in a difficult position, and they made things difficult.
Sky Sports - 6:30 PM
Clucas is ready and 100 per cent, said Carvalhal. He did a good recovery, our medical department did very good work with him.
Sky Sports - 11:32 AM
His past speaks for itself. At Porto, nobody expected him to win the Champions League, but he won it, said Carvalhal.
Daily Telegraph - 7:22 AM