Swansea City striker Tammy Abraham is set to change his international allegiance to Nigeria, according to the president of the country’s national association. The 19-year-old, on loan at the Liberty Stadium from Chelsea, has represented England at under-18, under-19 and under-21 level. He was one of the stand-out performers during the summer when the under-21 side reached the semi-finals of the European Championships.
Nathan Dyer will get some game time under his belt for the first time since February when he features for the Swansea City Under-23s side against Manchester City on Friday night (7pm). The 29-year-old winger has been sidelined since the start of February, when he ruptured his Achilles tendon during the opening minutes of the Liberty Stadium win over Leicester.
Paul Clement has suggested he could leave Renato Sanches out of his starting line-up against Watford as Roque Mesa pushes for inclusion in his Swansea City side. Sanches, 20, has had a mixed start to life with the Swans following his eye-catching loan move from Bayern Munich. The Portugal international has shown glimpses of his undoubted talent, but has also been guilty of making unforced errors as he adjusts to his new team-mates and new surroundings.
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Selecting a term
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