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3 Swansea youngsters that should ask for a loan exit in January

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In every January transfer window, every player is normally considering their options if a team comes in for them to try and prise them away from their current location.

The same can be said of the current squad at Swansea City, with the youngsters having been given a chance to impress under new manager Steve Cooper, who was appointed in the summer.

The Swans have some excellent prospects on their books, who will be thinking of getting some regular first-team football under their belts during the second half of the season.

Here, we take a look at three Swansea youngsters that should be asking Steve Cooper for a loan exit in January…

Liam Cullen

The 20-year-old striker is known as a prolific striker at youth level, and he will be banging on the door for a chance to go away and prove himself temporary in January.

Having been around the fringes of the first-team squad so far this season, despite never making the matchday squad for a league game, the young Welsh striker will be determined to head out on loan and get regular football at a senior level for the first time during his career.

Ben Cabango

Centre-back Cabango has been in the first-team side at Swansea lately in the absence of Joe Rodon and Mike Van Der Hoorn, with the 19-year-old having been given a chance to shine in the Championship.

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The youngster should be seeking a move away from The Liberty Stadium however, with Rodon expected to return from his injury by the end of January.

If Cabango could secure himself a loan move to a League One or League Two side, then he could prove himself on a regular basis in the Football League to try and force his way into Steve Cooper’s more prominent first-team plans.

Kees De Boer

Central midfielder De Boer has failed to make a Championship squad so far this season, and he would benefit if he was given a spell away from The Liberty Stadium to try and prove himself regularly.

There are high hopes for the young Dutchman, and he could be required to step in and do a job for a League One or League Two team on loan if he was thought to be of the standard required where he could make an impact.

The 19-year-old will be wanting to prove himself as much as possible with it being an important season in his development, and he will be hoping that Cooper would be able to find a loan that suits him.


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