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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

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 By PA Sport

Swansea keen to loan Tammy Abraham from Chelsea - chairman Huw Jenkins

Gab Marcotti and the FC crew discuss reports that Antonio Conte is at odds with Chelsea's hierarchy and could leave the club.

Swansea want to sign Chelsea's England under-21 striker Tammy Abraham on loan for next season.

Abraham scored 26 goals for Bristol City in the Championship last season and Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins says the Welsh club are battling Newcastle and Brighton for his signature.

Chelsea are keen for Abraham to gain more experience on loan, and the 19-year-old knows Paul Clement from the Swansea manager's time as a coach at Stamford Bridge.

"Tammy does not have Premier League experience, but we are interested,''...

 By PA Sport

Swansea owner Steve Kaplan 'doesn't want to sell' Gylfi Sigurdsson

Craig Burley examines Paul Clement's run with Swansea compared to Bob Bradley's and assesses the club's narrow survival.
Fernando Llorente once again played the hero for Swansea in their come-from-behind win over West Brom.

Swansea owner Steve Kaplan has told WalesOnline that the club "don't want to sell" Gylfi Sigurdsson this summer, amid reports of interest from Tottenham and Everton.

It was claimed on Tuesday that Swansea had agreed a £25 million fee with Everton to sell Sigurdsson, 27, but Swansea want to keep a player who scored nine goals and provided 13 assists in the 2016-17 Premier League season

Kaplan said that there had been talks with Sigurdsson over the weekend about staying.

"We all know how important...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Fernando Llorente 'happy' at Swansea City amid summer exit talk

Fernando Llorente scored 15 Premier League goals for Swansea this season.

Swansea striker Fernando Llorente says he is "happy" at the club and is looking forward to next season at the Liberty Stadium.

Llorente, 32, scored 15 Premier League goals for Swansea in his first campaign with the club to help them avoid relegation to the Championship.

Such form has led to speculation that the Spain international will move on in the summer, with Chelsea having been touted as a destination in the past, but he says he will be in a Swansea shirt come next season.

"I'm very happy with...

 By Max Hicks

Paul Clement deserves backing after Swansea's escape from relegation

Craig Burley examines Paul Clement's run with Swansea compared to Bob Bradley's and assesses the club's narrow survival.

Swansea's toughest Premier League season yet saw them flirt with relegation, make three managerial changes and survive with one game remaining. Coach Paul Clement's masterful escape strategy and captain Leon Britton's peerless leadership helped Swans over the line.

Rating out of 10: 3

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Swansea's five-game unbeaten streak to end the season, which saw them switch places with Hull, escape relegation and finish 15th overall. They hit a run of form at exactly the right time while their relegation...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea end tumultuous season strongly with five-game unbeaten run

Fernando Llorente once again played the hero for Swansea in their come-from-behind win over West Brom.

After a slow start, Swansea sprung to life in the second half to give their home fans a proper send-off following a season of stress, beating West Bromwich Albion 2-1.

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West Bromwich AlbionWest Bromwich Albion
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Positives

Another victory means Swansea finished a season of struggle on a five-game unbeaten streak. Key players Gylfi Sigurdsson and Fernando Llorente were again front and centre, with each involved in the goals, and Swansea will hope both men remain with the club for next season. Based on recent form, it is hard to imagine...