After a disappointing season that nearly led to their relegation before an end-of-season rally, Swansea City are looking for more star players to boost their chances of staying up for a long time.
According to The Sun, Swansea City AFC Chairman Huw Jenkins wants more talented forwards to boost manager Francesco Guidolin’s first full year at the helm. To that end, he’s willing to offer £10 million to Liverpool and West Ham United for Danny Ings and Enner Valencia respectively.
Ings barely featured at all for Liverpool in his first year with the club, making six Premier League starts and scoring two goals. The year before, however, he scored 11 BPL goals for Burnley, and 21 goals in the Championship division the year before.
Valencia had a solid albeit unremarkable season for West Ham United this past year, scoring four goals and making two assists in just over 1000 minutes in the Premier League.
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