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Swansea completes ayew's deal

Swansea City have completed the signing of Andre Ayew from West Ham for a club-record fee of £18m.The Ghanaian international joined West Ham from Swansea in 2016 but is now returning to the Liberty Stadium, where his brother Jordan also plays.The 28-year-old has signed a three-and-a-half-year deal until the summer of 2021.

Chelsea captain injured in Swansea draw

There seems to always be an ominous ending to Chelsea vs Swansea clashes these days.

Jurgen klopp:The next challenge

Liverpool followed up last month's terrific away success at Chelsea by putting four goals past Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.But their home form has been a cause for concern all season with just eight of their 20 points being won in front of their own fans.
They are six points off the top four and will have to get over their home hurdle if they are to challenge for Champions League football."I would love to win a game like this at Anfield," Klopp said after the City win. "That’s our next challenge.
"We play now Bordeaux and then Swansea, and at this moment I don’t know enough about Swansea."If they saw our game against Crystal Palace maybe they will stay with 50 people deep in the space and shoot only long balls?
"Then we have to find a solution and we will have a solution but then we have to score goals in the right moments.
"On and on and on. Development."

Jonjo shelvey: leaving Liverpool was a right decision

Swansea City star Jonjo Shelvey is happy in South Wales.
Swansea City star Jonjo Shelvey has told reporters it’s nice to be considered a central figure in South Wales and explains he made the right decision in leaving Liverpool, The Sun reports.The talented midfielder spent three years at Anfield but rarely featured in the first-team, a situation which prompted him to leave the Reds and join the Swans .Now, the attraction of Liverpool has increasingly grown over the past couple of weeks following the appointment of former Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp.Still, Shelvey is adamant he made the right move in joining Gary Monk’s side and highlighted the fact that being considered a central part of the team is a responsibility he enjoys.
article continues below“I am expected to control games and I like that responsibility. I didn’t want to just be a Liverpool player, I wanted to be in the Liverpool team,” he explained in The Sun .
“I don’t just want to be in the England squad, I want…
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