We know Bob Bradley want Tom Carroll at Swansea City bit he must be in a precarious position at Swansea, even though he hasn't been in charge very long. He is conceding goals and they simply have to buy players in January. That isn't easy if you are going to change managers. Do you back a manager you may be about to sack. David Moyes had the same problem at Manchester United, except Swansea can't afford to be relegated. Our asking price is steep though, £10 million, half of that and he might go.
The club have made it clear that the Austrian centre-back will not be leaving in january. That was conformed by his agent who said they would review his situation with regards to playing time in the summer. We can expect him to want to leave then.
A player half of Europe wants, ourselves included and to that end we have submitted an opening offer to Atalanta. The prices being talked about for a 20-year-old (21 next December) whio is a way off from being the finished article is ridiculous. It is the same trick WBA were trying to pull with Berahino, they wanted paying for what a player hasn't achieved yet and not payment only if he achieves performance targets.
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