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Journalists suggests what Swansea want as Graham Potter story takes another twist

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Swansea City will hold out for £2million in compensation from Brighton for manager Graham Potter, according to a reliable journalist.

The Daily Mail reported earlier today that Swansea have rejected an approach for their manager and that report has since been updated, revealing that the Championship club will hold out for £2million in compensation for their boss.

Riath Al-Samarrai, a sports journalist for the Daily Mail, delivered the update on social media with this message via Twitter.

Brighton are looking for a new manager, after Chris Hughton was unexpectedly sacked yesterday morning, despite being able to keep the club in the Premier League and help the team reach the semi-finals of the FA Cup this season.

Potter is the favourite to succeed Hughton at the AMEX Stadium, having guided Swansea to a top-half finish in the Championship this season and helped the team reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

The Verdict:

This is very worrying news for Swansea City fans. Potter is a good manager and deserves credit for the way he was able to guide the Swans to a top-half finish in the Championship this season, with a fairly limited budget.

Losing their manager would be a major blow for the Swans and a move to the Premier League be too difficult for Potter to turn down.

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