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Henry stumbling block for Swans


The Swans are currently being thwarted in their pursuit of striker Thomas Henry with his current club, OH Leuven, currently refusing all offers for the player.

The Swans are not alone in wanting to add Henry to their squad – there are offers from elsewhere across Europe – but right now Henry will be going nowhere if the club continue to block all bids.

There is reported interest from Metz along with positive interest from the Swans which have suggested that we have already had a £5m bid rejected for the player.

“OH Leuven are showing no interest in bids for Henry. The Jupiler Pro League side are refusing all offers for the 21-goal striker as they look to hold onto their talisman.

It comes as no surprise to see Henry attracting significant interest. He starred over the course of last season, netting 21 goals in 33 outings.”

This one continues to rumble through the summer and whilst Henry is a definite Swans target at the figures quoted and the current stance of the club it is difficult to see a position where he will be a Swans player come the start of the season but stranger things have happened.


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  1. Look at the value of Cooper’s contacts/protégés!

    Guehi £20m
    Brewster £23m
    Hudson Odoi £40m
    Saka £50m??
    Mount £50m?
    Foden £60m?
    Gallagher £20m?
    Sterling & Alexander Arnold £100m


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Phil Sumbler
Been watching the Swans since the very late 1970s and running the Planet Swans website (in all its current and previous guises since the summer of 2001 As it stood was right at the forefront of some of the activity against Tony Petty back in 2001, breaking many of the stories of the day as fans stood against the actions where the local media failed. Was involved with the Swans Supporters Trust from 2005, for the large part as Chairman before standing down in the summer of 2020.