Swansea City Move Closer to Signing Cotterill
Swansea City have moved a step closer to signing David Cotterill, according to various reports.
Today's Mirror believe that the Swans could finalise a loan move for the Sheffield United Welshman as early as today, while BBC Sport report that the two Championship clubs will have further talks to make the move permanent in January.
Cotterill, who has 16 caps for Wales, joined the Blades in July 2008 after failing to make an impact at Premiership side Wigan Athletic, who spent £2million on him in 2006.
The youngster doesn't seem to be in Kevin Blackwell's plans at Bramall Lane and a move to Swansea City could kick-start his club and international career.
There doesn't seem to be much doubt amongst our Vital Swansea readers that he'll be a good signing, with 83% voting he would be if he did join us.
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