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Laudrup Tired Of Repeating Stay at Swansea Claims

Laudrup Tired Of Repeating Stay at Swansea Claims

Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup says he is 'tired of repeating himself' as he says again that he is staying at the club following reports linking him with the vacant job at PSG.

Whilst rags like the Daily Star say that Laudrup has held talks with Paris Saint-Germain, sources in France say that the Swansea boss has turned them down because they only offered him a 1-year contract.

You do wonder how many times Laudrup and his agent have to keep telling the press that he is staying in South Wales, but this is football, and anything can happen or change in a matter of hours. Former manager Brendan Rodgers turned down Liverpool, but that wasn't long before he took the job at Anfield.

For at least the third time, Laudrup insists he's staying:

"I`m not negotiating with PSG, I`m staying at Swansea,"

"I`ve said it many times and I`m tired of repeating myself.

"I only have focus on one thing - strengthening the team so much that we can manage the tasks next season and fulfil the expectations. That`s what counts for me."


It's also thought that Laudrup has promised his players, particularly his own signings that he will stay for the 2013/2014 to guide them through their Europa League campaign. However, you feel that 1 more season is the most that the Swans will get from their manager, as despite insisting that he's staying, there's still some issues that need to be resolved between him and the board. We also can't forget that the club have broken all ties with his agent - probably for getting too involved in transfers - particularly involving defender Ashley Williams.

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Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Saturday June 15 2013
Time: 12:33PM

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