Goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has told Swansea City he wants to leave this summer following the club’s relegation.
The 33-year-old has already made it clear to the Swans that he wants to depart this summer, according to BBC Sport.
Fabianski is said to be settled in Swansea and he remains a fan favourite, but he is keen to remain in the Premier League.
And Swansea City, following their relegation to the Championship last weekend, canno longer offer him Premier League football.
Fabianski picked up the Supporters’ Player of the Year award in the Swansea City end of season awards, and he’s played a huge part in giving them a fighting chance this year, and indeed a number of seasons in the past.
The Polish keeper joined the Swans in 2014 from Arsenal and he’s made 149 league appearances for the South Wales club to-date.
Fabianski still has a year left on his contract and he’s unlikely to push for a move given his connection with supporters and the club, but he is keen to move on.
Swansea City were already expecting to receive offers for their number one goalkeeper and not it appears they will have little choice but to allow him to return to the Premier League if a sufficient offer arrives.