Ryan Giggs admits he wanted to sign Renato Sanches at Manchester United

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In some situations it looked like it would be hard to do it, then it got nearer and then it got further again but I was delighted to get it over the line.

The Swans head into the game having beaten Crystal Palace 2-0 at Selhurst Park in their last Premier League outing, handing manager Paul Clement his first league win of the season.

Paul Clement's ties to Bayern and his friendship with Carlo Ancelotti has obviously got a lot to do with him coming to Swansea.

"So I'm very happy that he's here and hopefully in the future some of those links that I have will be positive as well".

'There are no guarantees Renato has to play - and Bayern are of the same view, ' Clement said.

The Ivory Coast global remains a popular figure despite leaving the Liberty Stadium several years ago and took the chance to thank the affection of the fans. I will leave it to justice. What I want is to do my best for the team to win and then we can enjoy the rest.", he said and added, "I completely supported them [Swansea] and wanted them to stay in the Premier League".

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He was also delighted when Swansea won their battle to survive in the top-flight last season.

"I am just focused on the pitch and for Sunday's game".

Nevertheless, few would have anticipated a player of such pedigree ending up at Swansea, who did just enough to stay afloat in the Premier League last season.

Tammy Abraham was a whisker away from giving Swansea the lead but, after rounding visiting goalkeeper Rob Elliot, his shot was superbly cleared off the line by Lascelles.

Nevertheless, the 28-year-old said that his two sons convinced him to re-join to the South Wales club as he said that the most important thing behind the decision was what his family wanted. So my boys chose Swansea.

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