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Michael Laudrup: There may be no more transfer business at Swansea City

By GVincent  |  Posted: January 28, 2013

Michael Laudrup

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MICHAEL Laudrup has suggested there could be no more movement at Swansea City ahead of Thursday's transfer deadline.Swansea have been on the trail of a new centre-forward and are thought to have failed in a bid for Stoke Kenwyne Jones.Swansea striker Danny Graham, meantime, has attracted interest from a host of clubs including Norwich City, Reading and Sunderland.But Laudrup is predicting a quiet end to the transfer window at the Liberty."I think maybe nothing will happen," said the Swansea boss."Maybe something will, I don't know, but I don't like the January window so much."It's difficult to buy players in the middle of the season because other clubs do not want to sell."Graham was training with Swansea today and is likely to feature in the squad at  Sunderland tomorrow night."I can only say he is player who is here and we want him to stay," Laudrup added."I have not read or heard anywhere Danny saying he wants to leave."It could easily happen that we have exactly the same squad on February 1 as we have now."

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  • confused67  |  January 28 2013, 3:58PM

    If anything is going to happen in the transfer market, it will happen on Wednesday, DG will go to Sunderland and KJ will come to us.

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  • C.Lion  |  January 28 2013, 3:46PM

    I hope this means Danny Graham will stay!

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  • Philosoraptor  |  January 28 2013, 2:44PM

    Wall O'Text alert. :p I am not too disheartened by this news, afterall, we seem well placed as after the Capital One Cup Final we only have to worry about the league matches without fixture congestion. Sure, FA Cup success would have been nice but let's not be too greedy. If DG is staying (which looks likely now) then we may not need another striker but I would have liked to see us loan a Left Back to cover for Ben Davies, Tiendalli should be considered cover for Rangel on the right so a 6 month loan would have done wonders. We are fine in midfield, maybe overstocked there if anything and our GK situation is... well, perfect. We have a better back up keeper than most teams have as first team keeper!! :D

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