Fisher price is agreed, the toying around seems over ...
Sunday, 2nd Jan 2022 11:15 by Carl Lewis
As we reported three weeks ago Andrew Fisher the MK Dons goalkeeper is on his way to Swansea City, if two reports very close to the Wigan born twenty three year old are to be believed. Back on December 12th we reported his terms had been agreed between the swans and MK Dons and the only matter to be resolved would be the fee.
The original article reporting the swans Andrew Fisher activity is here
Although there are still areas of the transfer to be agreed, it is now thought that those crucial particulars are close to being signed off. We have been asked not to mention some of the finer detail as the source close to Fisher has requested a general reporting of him coming to Swansea, not identifiable information. We would do that anyway, and do so after close discussions with every one of this websites sources. It has earned us huge amounts of trust since the site was taken over in September 2020, and continues to ensure we flourish and become the first stop for Swansea City information. We also thrive because of your desire to know more than just basic reporting of a news story. We want to bring you the finer detail and answer as many of the questions we feel you want answered.
Our source has stated though “ Andrew is so excited that he is joining Swansea, this has been something he has wanted for the past four weeks or so. He just wants everything done so he can make the move to team up again with Russell. He really doesn’t want any last minute hitches” As we know these hitches do develop at the last minute in all transfers, especially permanent ones, however this is one we feel is pretty much done as we stated three weeks ago.
Surprisingly the swans were not overly keen on Fisher turning out for MK Dons yesterday, as he once again kept a clean sheet in a 0-0 home draw with Gillingham. Obviously now that is over he is as close as ever to becoming a swans player which will free up Steve Benda leaving the club.
More news as we get it.
Photographs licensed from Reuters
Please report offensive, libellous or inappropriate posts by using the links provided.
You need to login in order to post your comments
Swansea City Polls
[ Vote here ]