It’s been a turbulent season for Swansea City following their relegation from the Premier League last term.
The Swans started life in the Championship in impressive fashion winning their opening two games, but then a run of just two wins in their next 11 games came about, pushing the Welsh club further away from the top six.
But fast forward a few months, and after an unbeaten run of four league games, Graham Potter’s men sit in a very promising 11th position in the league table – six points off the play-off places ahead of an crucial clash against Birmingham City on Tuesday night.
With the transfer window slamming shut in just a matter of days, now is the only time for Potter to strengthen his side ahead of the business end of the campaign.
But with incomings likely to be occurring over the next couple of days, there are likely to be outgoings at the Liberty Stadium, and here, we take a look at the Swansea players that we could see leave in the next 48 hours…
The Daniel James to Leeds saga doesn’t seem to be ending any time soon, and this deal is likely to go right down to the wire.
The 21-year old has been attracting strong interest from those at Elland Road, with the latest report claiming that the Whites have made a bid worth around £10million for the young winger.
Swansea will obviously be looking to keep hold of their talented youngster, but the multi-million pound bid as well as the lure of a move to Elland Road could be too much to turn down for Swansea and Daniel James.
Another player who looks ever likely to depart the Liberty Stadium before the window slams shut is Bony.
Things just haven’t worked out for the Ivorian since re-signing for the club last year from Manchester City – he was brought in to help steer Swansea away from relegation, but has managed to score just four goals in 26 games for the club.
With interest circling from Qatar side Al-Sadd, it looks like his time in Wales could be up once again…
Carter-Vickers is another player who be heading for the exit door in the coming days.
The USA international has fallen out of favour behind the likes of Joe Rodon and Mike van der Hoorn, and has been limited to just six league starts this season.
The likes of Wigan Athletic and Ipswich Town have been linked with a move for the 21-year old, who could be recalled by parent club Tottenham Hotspur in order to send him out to receive regular game-time elsewhere.