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Clubs start to queue up for Swansea City forward
Wednesday, 29th Jun 2022 16:23 by @Cornish67David

Two clubs are now in the chase for Swansea City forward Kyle Joseph. First the interest came from Portsmouth who can only offer a loan deal as it stands, despite talk of players going either way in a potential swap deal. Now Sheffield Wednesday have signalled their interest in Kyle, and any deal would need to be hurried through over the next ten days.

Wednesday have a training camp in Portugal booked and new additions are ideally needed for that trip. They have already brought in five new players in recent weeks. Talking to sources this afternoon there is reason to believe these two clubs are not the only interested parties. Swans supporters will be disappointed to see Kyle leave, however if a fee is involved we are also told six hundred thousand pounds will be the asking price.

Add ons will also be included as they have been by Wigan when Kyle signed last year.

The Owls have already had a knock back in their initial bid for Hull City striker Mallik Wilks, a bid of around two hundred thousand has been described as not even close to enter in to transfer talks. Darren Moore the Wednesday manager has already referenced his regard to sign players who can play in numerous positions. Despite ‘knowledgeable’ Swansea fans believing Kyle to be a forward only, he can and has played at wing back as well. That interests Moore a lot.

The other clubs chasing Kyle haven’t been disclosed as yet but there have been some indications that any of the three promoted clubs from league one could be amongst those interested parties. We have nothing other than that to go on, however strikers moving on are forward Ben Brereton Diaz at Blackburn. He most certainly will need replacing if he moves to Serie A. My,eh would do well to fill his boots for sure. With two or more clubs now interested in Kyle Joseph that will please those at the club wanting to benefit from any player move if it becomes permanent.

Photographs licensed from Reuters



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