Swansea head coach Francesco Guidolin is set to resume work this week after being released from hospital.
The 60-year-old Italian fell ill with a chest infection over a week ago and has missed the last two matches after being referred to a respiratory specialist at a London hospital last Wednesday.
However, having recovered from his illness, Guidolin can start preparing for this weekend's trip to Bournemouth.
"Francesco Guidolin has been released from hospital after making a good recovery and will resume duties this week," said a statement on the club's Twitter account.
Francesco Guidolin has been released from hospital after making a good recovery and will resume duties this week. pic.twitter.com/w5RfUimT7X— Swansea City AFC (@SwansOfficial) March 7, 2016
First-team coach Alan Curtis, who took caretaker charge when Garry Monk was sacked in December, has filled in during Guidolin's absence and overseen wins over Arsenal and Norwich.
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