The Swans will travel to Huish Park to face the Glovers, who are managed by Liberty old boy Darren Way.
by: reuters — BBC 12h
Wales are without injured Charlie Estcourt for their 2019 World Cup qualifiers against Bosnia-Herzegovina and Russia in June.
by: Matt Law — Football Fancast 16h
Southampton defender Maya Yoshida has reportedly decided to stay with the club despite strong interest from Saudi Arabia.
by: @swansea — EPL: Swansea City 24h
There are just two days to go until the way in which supporters will be receiving Swansea City news and marketing information will be changing. Legislative changes mean that we will be unable to send you information via email or SMS unless you have opted.
by: Oliver Brown — The Telegraph 22 May
On paper, there is nothing this season to separate Cristiano Ronaldo and Mohamed Salah, each boasting 44 goals in all competitions and each building a persuasive case to capture the Ballon d’Or.
by: Reuters — Daily Mail 22 May
Swansea City have held talks with Ostersunds manager Graham Potter as they close in a replacement for Carlos Carvalhal.
by: Stuart James — The Guardian 22 May
Graham Potter, the 43-year-old who enjoyed remarkable success with the Swedish club Östersund, has been interviewed by Swansea City with a view to being appointed their new manager
by: Chris Wathan BBC Sport Wales — BBC 22 May
Swansea City ponder appointing a technical director to improve recruitment following their relegation from the Premier League.
by: N/A — EPL: Swansea City 21 May
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by: James Beavis — Football Fancast 21 May
Southampton vice-chairman Les Reed has gone from hero to zero among the St Mary's faithful in the last couple of seasons, but he can make himself a fans' favourite again if he delivers three good signings for the south coast outfit this summer.
by: Max Rushden and produced by Jonathan Fisher; with Barry Glendenning, Priya Ramesh and Will Unwin — The Guardian 21 May
Max and co talk the FA Cup final, dramatic scenes in Italy, club legend departures and a former Swan deciding the Turkish title
Managerial mayhem: Why half of last season's Premier League are in flux and what will be decided this week
by: Daniel Zeqiri — The Telegraph 21 May
Half of last season's Premier League are in a state of managerial upheaval, symptomatic of a season that saw only a few clubs avoid the spectre of discontent.