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There have been disagreements over the club's transfer policy

Michael Laudrup

Michael Laudrup allays Swansea exit fears following row over transfers

The Dane was reportedly close to an exit from the Liberty Stadium

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Swansea measles case expected to hit 1,000 at weekend as 50 new cases emerge in last two days

More than 50 new cases of measles have been identified in the last two days in the Swansea area with the total expected to reach 1,000 by the weekend.

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Swansea City have announced plans to increase the capacity of their Liberty Stadium by more than 12,000 seats in another reflection of the boom in Welsh football.

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