- Mon Jan 8 9:29 PM
Tottenham Hotspur have made a shock late move for Swansea City striker Fernando Llorente.
- Mon Jan 8 7:40 PM
Swansea City are interested in signing Fulham right-back Ryan Fredericks, according to Sky sources.
- Mon Jan 8 12:42 PM
SkySports Watford are rivalling West Ham with interest in Swansea defender Alfie Mawson, Sky Sports News understands. The 23-year-old England U21 international is highly sought-after following a string of impressive displays, despite the Swans' struggles at the and more »
- Mon Jan 8 11:20 AM
Watford are rivalling West Ham with interest in Swansea defender Alfie Mawson, Sky Sports News understands.
- Sun Jan 7 12:07 AM
Stoke and Swansea want to sign Fulham full-back Ryan Fredericks in January. Fredericks, whose contract at Craven Cottage expires at the end of the season, is up for grabs this month.
- Sat Jan 6 10:46 PM
Striker Cenk Tosun has arrived in a £27m deal but now Sam Allardyce wants a centre-back and midfielder too
- Sat Jan 6 12:47 PM
We’ve a bumper FA Cup coupon this afternoon as Middlesbrough take on north east rivals Sunderland, Man City take on Sean Dyche’s Burnley, Swansea travel to high flying Championship side Wolves, Southampton take on Fulham, Watford play Bristol City while the late game sees Norwich facing Chelsea a...
- Sat Jan 6 9:08 AM
The January transfer window is in full swing and teams from the Premier League and across Europe are looking to strengthen their squads. Join us for live updates from your club.
- Sat Jan 6 12:53 AM
Leigh Griffiths has emerged as a transfer target for English Premier League strugglers Swansea City and MLS side Sporting Kansas City.
- Fri Jan 5 1:59 PM
West Ham are interested in signing Swansea defender Alfie Mawson, according to Sky sources.
- Thu Jan 4 5:57 PM
Swansea boss Carlos Carvalhal confident of getting money in transfer window, but may have to sign "sardines" not "lobsters".
- Thu Jan 4 5:00 PM
Carlos Carvalhal says he would like to sign "lobsters" in January but admits Swansea may only have enough money for "sardines".
- Thu Jan 4 4:11 PM
Swansea boss Carlos Carvalhal has indicated he is likely to be taking the cheaper option in the January transfer window by buying "sardines and not lobster".
- Thu Jan 4 10:00 AM
The striker remains keen on a move to France but bottom club Swansea are trying to tempt Sakho to stay in the Premier League
|I talked to the doctor; he has locked his knee in the past and it happened again today,
said Portuguese head coach Carvalhal.
I asked him after the game and he said the knee is much better,
said Carvalhal. I don't think it's a big problem but let's see if it's a small problem or if it's not a problem.
I was there two years. After the second season when we got to the play-offs, it was the third best points total in 150 years of the history of the club,
Carvalhal said. We had one play-off final and one semi-final. They were unbelievable, emotional moments, that makes me think I belong an...
We won't take any risks and there will be changes because I will protect some players,
said Carvalhal. Ask me to stay in the Premier League or win the Cup, and I say Premier League because it is more important to the club.