Swansea City are reportedly expected to appoint Ostersunds FK boss Graham Potter as their new manager this week after agreeing terms with the Englishman.
Swansea City have reportedly reached an agreement with Ostersunds FK boss Graham Potter to take over as their new manager.
Potter confirmed last week that he has been in talks with the recently-relegated Swans, but those negotiations were understood to have hit a snag after the two clubs failed to agree compensation.
However, Sky Sports News reports that all parties have now come to terms on a deal to bring the 43-year-old to the Liberty Stadium, with an official announcement expected in the coming days.
Potter led Ostersunds into the knockout rounds of the Europa League last season, memorably beating Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium, only to lose the tie on aggregate.
The Englishman will replace Carlos Carvalhal in South Wales after he parted company with the club following their relegation from the Premier League.
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