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‘Always knew Jenkins wouldn’t let us down’ – Plenty of Swansea City fans react to surprising development

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In what is shaping up to be a massive turn of events at Swansea City, former chairman Huw Jenkins is in line to make a shock return and become the new owner of the Welsh club, according to reports from The Sun.

Jenkins, who is still a shareholder in the Welsh club, spent 17 years in his role of chairman at the Liberty Stadium, but recently stepped down after claiming that he no longer had control of the club.

But the 55-year old is reportedly in talks with a wealthy Arab group about buying out the current American regime of Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan, who paid around £90million for a 68 per cent stake in the club back in 2016.

The American duo have seen the club face major financial issues in recent years, and with several high-earners set to leave in coming months, the pair aren’t exactly the most popular figures at Swansea City.

Here, we take a look at Swansea fans’ reactions to this major development…

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