After sacking Paul Clement earlier this month, Swansea have moved to appoint former Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal as his replacement, according to the Telegraph.

Leon Britton has been in temporary charge whilst the managerial search has been going on, but Swansea appear to have settled on Carvalhal to save their season.

Sheffield Wednesday were sat 15th in the Championship table when the decision was made to relieve Carvalhal of his duties, but the Portuguese manager’s time out of the game as been short-lived.

Swansea sit bottom of the Premier League and Carvalhal’s first game in charge will be away to Watford on the 30th of December.

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