Swansea City midfielder Leroy Fer is eyeing a permanent move to South Wales in the summer, following a very impressive first few weeks as a Swans player.
The Dutch international signed for Francesco Guidolin’s side on January’s transfer deadline day on loan from Championship club, Queens Park Rangers.
Since his move to the Liberty Stadium, Fer has played three times in a Swansea shirt, against Tottenham, Arsenal and former employers, Norwich City.
Speaking to the South Wales Evening Post, the 26-year-old claimed he is hoping for a permanent move to Swansea in the summer.
Swansea is a very nice club and I’m enjoying things very much after four weeks.
We’ll see what happens in the summer, but for now it’s my job to make the team better.
Hopefully I get a move in the summer.
Fer’s future at QPR seems very doubtful, despite him showing enough class for the Swans in the Premier League.
It’s hard to see why Fer’s career at the West London club failed, with his performances in SA1 extremely impressive. He’s now vying for a place in the Swansea starting XI for Saturday’s trip to Bournemouth, with many fans calling for his inclusion after a great assist against Norwich last week.