Leeds United Targets Ryan Manning as Contract Expires: Swansea City Left-Back Set to Leave

Leeds United Targets Ryan Manning as Contract Expires: Swansea City Left-Back Set to Leave

...By Lola Smith for TDPel Media.

Leeds United’s Interest in Ryan Manning

Leeds United is considering a move for Ryan Manning during the upcoming summer transfer window.


Manning, the left-back for Swansea City, has a contract that is set to expire next month, and Swansea has acknowledged that he will most likely leave the club.

It is believed that this situation is unlikely to change, as several clubs in the Championship and the Premier League have already shown interest.

Football League World reports that Leeds United is one of those clubs and is keen on signing the Irishman, regardless of their relegation fate from the Premier League.

Leeds United is currently two points away from safety following their 3-1 defeat at West Ham United on Sunday.

Jersey Boy Samuel Henia Kamau Joins Swansea City

Swansea City has reportedly completed the signing of Samuel Henia Kamau, a highly-rated teenage striker.

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The 17-year-old currently plays for Jersey Bulls and has attracted the attention of several Championship clubs, with Premier League side Fulham also showing interest.


However, Swansea City has emerged as the winners in the race to secure his signature.

It is expected that Kamau will initially join Swansea’s academy setup, although the club has yet to officially confirm the move.

Speaking to the Jersey Evening Post, the youngster expressed his delight and gratitude for the opportunity, thanking his teammates and coaches who have contributed to his development as a player.

Premier League Clubs Pursue Viktor Gyokeres

Brentford is reportedly looking to sign former Swansea City striker Viktor Gyokeres, but their chances may depend on whether Coventry City fails to reach the Premier League.

Coventry City will face Luton Town in the Championship play-off final, and Gyokeres is expected to play a crucial role for his team at Wembley, having scored 21 goals this season.

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The Daily Mail reports that Brentford, Everton, West Ham, and Leeds United are among the Premier League clubs showing interest in Gyokeres.

Brentford sees the Swedish striker as a suitable replacement for Ivan Toney, who has been banned for eight months due to a breach of FA betting rules.

However, if Coventry City secures promotion, it could complicate a potential deal for Gyokeres.


Swansea City’s Transfer Window and Potential Signings

As the summer transfer window approaches, Swansea City is making plans for potential signings.

The club is actively assessing their targets and identifying the players they want to bring in.

There have been various rumors linking players to Swansea City, but no official announcements have been made regarding new signings.

Fans and observers are eager to see how the club will strengthen its squad during the transfer window.

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Additionally, there are discussions surrounding players who might depart from Swansea City, but specific details remain uncertain at this stage.

Championship Free Agents and Nathan Jones as a Contender for Cardiff City and Swansea City

Both Cardiff City and Swansea City have the opportunity to sign free agents from the Championship.

As the summer transfer window approaches, these clubs could consider strengthening their squads by acquiring players who are available without a transfer fee.

Meanwhile, there have been surprising reports suggesting that Nathan Jones, a Cardiff City fan, is being considered as a potential candidate to succeed Russell Martin at Swansea City.


Jones, currently unattached, has previously managed Luton Town and Stoke City, and his potential appointment would be an unexpected development.

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