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Swansea City to make a decision on midfielder’s immediate future imminently

Swansea City are set to make a decision on young midfielder Daniel Williams’ immediate future ‘imminently’, a report from Wales Online has said.

Swansea City’s summer transfer window has already seen a good amount of activity. Russell Martin will be hoping it doesn’t stop here either, with some departures expected given the new acquisitions.

Some youngsters could head out on new loans ahead of the new season and now, an update has emerged on young Welshman Williams’ situation at the Stadium.

According to a report from Wales Online, Martin and Swansea City will make a decision on the 21-year-old’s short-term plans ‘imminently’.

He is currently back with the Championship club after being recalled from a loan spell in Ireland with Dundalk to be treated for an ankle injury. With the Irish Premier Division side, Williams managed two assists in 10 games before picking up the blow in April.

What next for Williams?

If the Swansea City youngster isn’t going to be in Martin’s first-team plans just yet, a temporary move away could be best for his development.

He made a promising start to life with Dundalk before being sidelined and could benefit from more senior game time having already played 38 times for the Swans’ U23s. A loan move to give him more first-team game time will give him the chance to cut his teeth away from South Wales once again, rather than returning to the youth ranks.

His ability to play either out on the left or as a central midfielder should be an attractive trait to potential suitors, but it remains to be seen just what Martin decides to do with the Welsh starlet.

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