Swansea step up their bid to sign Bristol City's star Albert Adomah

Albert Adomah is likely to join Swansea City in January

Swansea City boss Michael Laudrup has re-ignited his interest to sign Ghana winger Albert Adomah in January.

According to The People, City will have to cough over $ 3.5 million for the services of the player who has impressed heavily for the Championship side.

Talks between the two parties have reached an advanced stage with the player expected to leave Ashton Gate.

Swansea City showed an interest in Adomah last summer, but failed to match City’s estimation of around £3m and looked elsewhere instead.

Adomah is a key part of City manager Derek McInnes’ planning and the Scot will not want to lose arguably his most exciting player, let alone to a Championship rival.

But City’s board of directors have a responsibility to reduce the deficit and, as such, are sure to consider any offers that may be forthcoming next month.

Adomah is part of Ghana’s provisional 26-man squad expected to begin pre-Nations Cup camping in Dubai early January.


  1. Robeen says:

    Adomah will explode in South Africa, one of our best and consistent player today. Give the right wing and he will give numerous assists and score at the same time. I am pinning on my hopes on Adomah, Wakaso and Rabiu Mohammed. Watch this trio to carry Ghana through, nobody will mark them because they are not that popular like Gyan, Kwadwo and Dede.

  2. Bristol Boy says:

    There is no truth in this rumour.

    AA is more likely to a:Stay b:Move to Crystal Palace if they sell Zaha.He ma not even make the final cup for the ACN.

  3. Maxwell Johnson says:

    We’ve really missed the Ghanaian influence in the EPL, will be great if he joins Swansea in January.

  4. dadaba gonshots says:

    Planted story to bolster image…

  5. superswan says:

    The Swans are not in the Championship, we’re in the premier league 😉

  6. Ayine says:

    Swansea could be the launchpad for him

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