Gylfi Sigurdsson Wants To Remain A Swansea City Player

Gylfi Sigurdsson Wants To Remain A Swansea City Player

I am not necessarily talking about Gylfi, but do they want to be a smaller fish in a big pond or a big fish in a small pond?

Swansea City boss Paul Clement has pleaded with Gylfi Sigurdsson to remain at the Liberty Stadium despite interest from Everton and says the Icelandic global should try and avoid getting into a similar situation he found himself in at Tottenham.

The Icelandic worldwide signed a new contract with the Swans last summer after being pursued by Everton for most of the close season, and it is likely the 27 year old will be subject to more transfer speculation over the next few months after an excellent campaign in the Premier League.

Any move for the 27-year-old would mirror Manchester United's current move to re-sign central defender Michael Keane from Burnley for £25m even though they let him go for £2m two years ago. But I was very happy when I was on loan here and then again in the last three years.

"I'm not trying to leave or want to leave", said Sigurdsson, who is in his second spell at the Liberty Stadium after re-signing from Tottenham in July 2014.

Sigurdsson has been one of the Premier League's star performers this season with nine assists and 13 goals in a struggling Swansea team - a combined total only matched by Tottenham's Christian Eriksen. It's been easy in the last couple of months because we've been in a very serious position in the league, so it's been easy to concentrate on that.

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"I think it'll continue to be like that because whatever happens, happens".

"I think Gylfi has a unique situation", said Clement.

In what has been a hard season for Swansea City, one standout highlight has been the performances of midfielder, Gylfi Sigurdsson.

"For as long as he's here, the club is in really good hands".

Swansea conclude the season on home soil against West Brom, having lost 3-1 at The Hawthorns in December.

It's obvious that a player isn't going to come out at an awards ceremony and say that he wants to leave. "Things haven't been going well as I have liked but I have still enjoyed the pressure of being in this situation".

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