Injury Lifts For Swans
Friday, 8th Sep 2017 08:00 by Planet Swans (follow us on Twitter @swansnews)
The Swans entertain Newcastle United at the Liberty on Sunday afternoon and Paul Clement had good news for the Swans fans ahead of the fixture with the news that Jordan Ayew should be fit for the game.
Ayew had been an injury doubt following illness picked up on international duty but Clement said that he will be ready to feature in Sunday's televised fixture.
There was also good news on the injury front with the manager saying that Ki and Dyer are also closing in on returns as well after their injury lay offs.
This was the kind of news that was needed after confirmation earlier in the week that Kyle Bartley would be out for longer than first thought with a three month absence on the cards.
“Jordan is fit and well after he missed a game through illness and some worrying pictures emerged of him in a hospital bed,” said Swans boss Clement.
“He trained on his own yesterday and was in full training today.
“I believe he was in hospital, but it was just a precautionary measure and he is now okay.
“Nathan is training well with the group
“He had a serious injury and missed close to eight months, so it’s going to take him some time to get up to full fitness, but I don’t think he will be that far away.
“Ki has been back to South Korea. He saw the surgeon who operated on his knee and spent some time with his national team while they played their games.
“He isn’t far from being in full training.”
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