Swansea City manager Graham Potter has revealed that three players, namely Nathan Dyer, Wayne Routlege and Luciano Narsingh, are free to leave the club, according to Sky Sports.
Dyer, 31, has been with Swansea since 2009, and in that time he made a total of 310 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring 34 goals. Before that was a Southampton player, and he also had loan spells with Burnley and Sheffield United.
Like Dyer, Routlege has also been a faithful servant to the Swans for a number of years. Having passed through four different clubs (not counting loans), he arrived to the Liberty Stadium in 2011. The 33-year-old has put on their shirt 236 times and scored 22 times for them.
Narsingh, 28, has only been with the club for the last two seasons, during which he scored twice in 37 games. Before that he played for Heerenveen and PSV Eindhoven in the Eredivisie.
Dyer and Routlege have made two appearances apiece this season, while Narsingh played only one game for the club’s U-23 side.
Potter made it very clear that the lack of game-time is something all three of them should consider.
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