Tammy Abraham’s future has been decided to his relief, with the forward committing to a move to Swansea.
Brighton and Newcastle were reported to be leading the race for the young England international, with the two newly promoted club looking like the club for a player who also proved himself to be a class in the Championship last term.
However Swansea chairman, Huw Jenkins, speaking to the BBC this week, and mentioned that his club were also interested in agreeing a temporary switch for the youngster.
Now, only a few days later the BBC are reporting the it as a done deal.
Pundits are saying it’s a perfect move for Abraham, who will play under former Chelsea man Paul Clement over in Wales. He has a strong supporting crew, and not too many top players are in the side to block his way to the first team.