Following Swansea City’s relegation from the Premier League, a number of first team players are expected to leave the Liberty Stadium this summer.
They had a poor season in the top flight, but one standout was the performances of Polish goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski. The shot stopper had another excellent season, and he is expected to be rewarded with a move away from the club, meaning he will remain a Premier League player.
Bookmakers Bet Victor have made Bournemouth favourites, giving them odds of evens, but it seems that they will face a lot of competition from a number of Premier League rivals.
Champions League Finalists Liverpool are also linked with a move for the 33-year-old, and they have been given odds of 8/1.
Their former manager Brendan Rodgers has also been linked with a move for Fabianski, and the Scottish Premier League champions are also 8/1 to sign him.
Fabianski’s career began in his native Poland, where he graduated from the youth academy at Lech Poznan. He failed to make an appearance for his boyhood club, and moved to Legia Warsaw in 2005.
Following the departure of Artur Boruc to Celtic, Fabianski began Warsaw’s number one, and went to play 53 times for the club before earning his move to Arsenal for £2.1 million in 2007.
His career at Arsenal was far from a success, and he often played back-up to whoever was number one at the time.
His time at the North London club came to an end in 2014, and he joined Swansea City on a free transfer. He has since played just under 150 times for the Welsh side.
Fabianski’s future will be decided after the World Cup in Russia this summer.