SWANSEA – Swansea City coach, Garry Monk, claiming that his team is looking for additional power in the transfer window in January 2015. It should be done to boost the position of the Swans in the Premier League standings.
One name has been secured by Swansea. They managed to borrow Benfica striker Nelson Oliveira. But it does not make Monk satisfied, he wants no flurry of players entered in the Liberty Stadium.
“There are some players who entered in our shooting. We will miss some important players who defend the country, such as Jefferson Montero. He has been playing fantastic and brought us a different game patterns, “said Monk, quoted from Sportsmole, Tuesday (12/30/2014).
“I will meet with the owners of the club to see what we can do. Especially to increase the qualities of the team, “he added.
Until the Premier League run 19 games, Swansea lies ninth standings with 28 points. They are five points adrift of Arsenal, who are at the end of the euro zone.