Swansea look to sell Dutch flop Luciano Narsingh but no need for new signings

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Graham Potter is looking to sell Luciano Narsingh in January as the Dutch winger continues to be frozen out of his Swansea side, per reports on Wales Online.

What’s the word?

The former PSV Eindhoven winger is yet to feature at all this season or even make it on the bench under Potter after failing to impress the 43-year-old head coach.

Since joining the south Wales outfit during the January 2017 window, the Amsterdam-born forward featured 40 times in total and helped the side to Premier League survival in his debut campaign, but he has scored just six times.

Narsingh last featured for the Swans against Southampton in May and looked set to leave in the summer when he had an offer from AEK Athens but, along with Nathan Dyer and Wayne Routledge, expressed an interest in staying at the Liberty Stadium.

While Dyer and Routledge have since returned to action in part, the 28-year-old has continued to watch on as one of the club’s highest earners. It is understood he earns upwards of £50,000-a-week.

With the Dutchman’s contract also set to expire in the summer, Wales Online believe that Swansea will look to sell Narsingh, or at least loan him out, in January rather than see the 16-cap international leave for nothing.

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No need to buy a replacement

Narsingh’s continued absence under Potter has shown the club has no need to buy a replacement, which would only counter the freed income anyway.

Since taking charge, the former defender has called on a plethora of options on the wings with Daniel James, Connor Roberts and Barrie McKay a few of the regulars.

The frequent changes to the Swans’ line-up will keep the opposition on edge, questioning who will be used on any given matchday and keep Potter’s team fresh.

That said, the regular’s called upon will need to continue their fine run of form in upcoming matches against Championship leaders Norwich and promotion hopefuls West Bromwich Albion and Derby County.