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Summer 2022 Championship Squad Rebuild

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  1. Taffvalerowdy

    Taffvalerowdy Well-Known Member

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    Swansea City can confirm the club’s retained list ahead of the 2022-23 season.

    Korey Smith, Ben Hamer and Yan Dhanda will depart the Swansea.com Stadium when their contracts expire this summer.

    Midfielder Smith made 77 appearances across two seasons with the Swans, and helped the club reach the 2021 play-off final.

    Goalkeeper Hamer made 23 appearances following his move from Huddersfield in January 2021, while Dhanda made 63 appearances and scored five goals across his four years in Swansea colours.

    Goalkeepers Jamie Searle, Nico Defreitas-Hansen and Josh Gould will also leave the club at the conclusion of their deals.

    Meanwhile, academy players Josh Thomas, Kai Ludvigsen, Kian Jenkins and Ruben Davies have been offered new terms.

    Also in the academy ranks, Scott Butler, Rio Campbell, Ben Erickson, Cameron Evans, Jaden Forrester, Jacob Jones, Dylan Morgan, Ryan Bassett, Joshua Edwards, Aaron Hillier, Dylan Perkins and Tyler Evans will all leave Swansea City this summer.

    Everyone at Swansea City wishes all departing players every success in their future careers.

    Retained list: Azeem Abdulai, Steven Benda, Ryan Bennett, Geoff Bony, Ben Cabango, Josh Carey, Cameron Congreve, Brandon Cooper, Ollie Cooper, Joel Cotterill, Liam Cullen, Flynn Downes, Richard Faakye, Andy Fisher, Jay Fulton, Jordon Garrick, Matt Grimes, Ben Hughes, Corey Hurford, Harry Jones, Kyle Joseph, Joel Latibeaudiere, Sam Leverett, Filip Lissah, Ben Lloyd, Ryan Manning, Jada Mawongo, Lincoln Mcfayden, Zane Myers, Kyle Naughton, Olivier Ntcham, Michael Obafemi, Nathanael Ogbeta, Jamie Paterson, Joel Piroe, David Roberts, Tivonge Rushesha, Jack Stafford, Joe Thomas, Charlie Veevers, Liam Walsh, Evan Watts, Lewis Webb, Morgan Whittaker, Tarrelle Whittaker, Daniel Williams, Kyrell Wilson.
     
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    I thought it might be a badly written article and the €40m related to the Swans not Clube de Remo
     
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    This is the chap with the cash

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    That’s what we were wondering also….. but €40m for the Swans would mean a pretty severe haircut for the Yanks <cheers>
     
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    I agree Taff, €40m is about £33m. Two years ago it was suggested that the Americans were open to bids of around £38m.

    But it may be that they are banking on the Swans getting promotion in the next couple of seasons and by putting in a clause where they get €15m on promotion they would get a total of €55m
     
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    Brazilian speculation to one side transfer news with maybe more substance.

    Swansea City are closing in on the signing of 18 year old Arsenal goalkeeper Remy Mitchell
     
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    Sure it’s not Remy Martin <whistle> <laugh><laugh>
     
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    You beat me to it. Cheers !!! <laugh><cheers>
     
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    Swansea City is delighted to reveal its updated club crest for the 2022-23 campaign.

    The crest will adorn our home, away and goalkeeper kits throughout the upcoming Championship season, as well as on the club’s training, travel and leisurewear.

    The new version is modified from the one used on our playing kits during the 2021-22 season, and sees the background colour changed to blue from the black used last term.

    The crest again features a Swan sitting atop the castle from the city’s coat of arms, and the logo will now be uniformly used across our on and off-field clothing ranges.

    The design is an updated representation of a crest supporters will remember being used as the club badge on Swansea City’s jerseys between 1992 and 1997.

    Keep your eyes peeled for more news about the crest and the 2022-23 season on our official website, app and social channels in the upcoming weeks.
     
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    Swansea City is delighted to announce Westacres as the club's front-of-home-shirt partner for the upcoming 2022-23 season.

    The club can confirm that for the new Championship campaign we will carry different sponsors across the front of our home and away shirts, increasing the exposure of our local partners.

    Westacres is a prestigious residential property development company based in south Wales, who deliver the very best in contemporary and modern living with a vision of instilling quality at the heart of every development.

    The company prides itself on its personal service and its dedicated team - who work alongside each home buyer - taking into account their individual needs and visions, wherever possible, to provide the living space of their dreams.

    This partnership will ensure our younger supporters can continue to wear the same shirts as their favourite Swans players for the third season in succession.

    In addition to adorning the front of our home shirt, Westacres will also remain as our North Stand and South Stand sponsors.

    Swansea City’s head of commercial, Rebecca Edwards-Symmons said: “The club is delighted that Westacres will now sit on the front of our home shirt for the upcoming campaign.

    “Westacres continue to grow exponentially year on year, and to have a prestigious Swansea business at the forefront of our club is fantastic.

    "They have been a partner of the football club for two seasons. We have much very enjoyed working with them, and we are excited about the future."
     
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    Swansea City has completed the signing of defender Nathan Wood from Middlesbrough for an undisclosed fee, subject to international clearance.

    The 20-year-old has put pen to paper on a two-year deal, which includes the option for an additional 12 months, and becomes head coach Russell Martin’s first signing of the summer transfer window.

    Wood – who will wear the number 23 shirt - will bolster Swansea’s defensive options ahead of the 2022-23 season, and will join up with his new team-mates when they return for pre-season training next week.

    Wood, the son of former Middlesbrough and Crystal Palace left-back Dean Gordon, is renowned for his composure in possession and athleticism, and also brings a physical presence Martin had been keen to add to his squad.

    An accomplished athlete – Wood was once ranked in the British top 10 for his age group in the high jump – the defender joined the Middlesbrough academy set-up in 2015
     
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    Do you know of any date for the new kit release ?
     
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    So, the transfer train is under steam. More to come in the upcoming weeks.
     
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    I guess when they announce the back of shirt sponsor - which is a well-known Swansea business <cheers>
     
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    More to come today <laugh>


    Swansea City has completed the signing of defender Wasiri Williams on an initial one-year contract.

    Centre-back Williams, 22, will join up with his new team-mates at the start of pre-season, and will also be eligible to feature for the Swans’ under-21 squad.

    His deal includes an option to extend terms by an additional 12 months.

    Williams, who hails from Croydon in London, joins the professional ranks having spent the last four seasons featuring for a number of non-league clubs.

    Those clubs have included Lewisham Borough, Tunbridge Wells, Sheppey United, Hatcham FC, Braintree Town and Corinthian Casuals.

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    Presumably somebody thinks that he's worth a punt. Or a pound, even.
     
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