Swansea City could still part company with Jamal Lowe this summer, Football League World understand.
Lowe has been on the books at Swansea since the summer of 2020 and was a hugely influential part of the squad under Steve Cooper.
However, with Russell Martin replacing Cooper late in pre-season, Lowe’s future in South Wales remains unclear.
Football League World previously reported that Anderlecht were interested in signing the forward, alongside Antoine Semenyo at Bristol City.
It has been revealed to Football League World this week that Martin’s vision for Swansea moving forwards could open the door for Lowe to depart.
There are two years remaining on the 27-year-old’s contract with Swansea, with the club also holding the option to extend that into another 12 months. However, they are sounding out potential suitors to take him off their hands.
Despite that initial interest from Anderlecht, Lowe’s destination – should he depart – remains unclear at this stage.
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Lowe was ever-present for Swansea last season after arriving from Wigan Athletic. In total, he made 49 appearances across the Championship season and resulting play-off campaign, scoring 14 times.
That helped Swansea all the way to the play-off final, where they lost to Brentford.
Martin has subsequently replaced Cooper in the hot-seat at the Liberty Stadium, overseeing one draw and two defeats in Swansea’s opening three fixtures of the current campaign.
Despite his potential exit looming, Lowe has started all three of those fixtures.