Nordfeldt hints at Swansea exit
Swansea goalkeeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt has hinted he could leave the Liberty Stadium in January due to a lack of football.
Nordfelt joined Swansea from Dutch outfit Heerenveen in the summer of 2015 following the departures of Gerhard Tremmel and David Cornell.
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But he was unable to force his way into the first-team frame during their stay in the Premier League, making just two appearances.
The 30-year-old did assume the number one jersey in the Championship last term after Lukasz Fabianski joined West Ham.
However, he has returned to the bench, with Newcastle loanee Freddie Woodman trusted to keep goal.
The stopper says talks over his future haven’t taken place yet but he expects a January move could be on the cards.
Nordfeldt, who signed a new deal in 2016, told Swedish outlet Fotbollskanalen: “That question isn’t up to me at all, it’s up to Swansea. But I’m not happy and I don’t suppose they think it’s good that I’m sitting where I’m sitting either, if you can put it like that.
“It is quite obvious that they are not happy to pay what they do to me when I am not contributing. Especially considering the situation the club is in financially.
“There is good interest but then it will work with the club in question as well.”