, Pedersen, Ogbeta and more: What the summer could hold for Swansea City’s loaned out players

Pedersen, Ogbeta and more: What the summer could hold for Swansea City’s loaned out players

Swansea City look destined for another year in the Championship and may already have plans for the upcoming summer transfer window.

Swansea City sit in 15th in the table as things stand, and are 14 points outside of the play-offs but just four points above the bottom three.

They should have enough to not get sucked into a relegation battle, but boss Luke Williams will not be taking this for granted and will need to get points on the board.

Despite this they may still have one eye on the summer transfer window in the hopes of streamlining their squad for next season to improve their chances of promotion. Although incomings and outgoings are expected there is also the additional aspect of returning loanees.

Here we take a look at the three Swansea City players out on loan and what the summer may hold for the trio.

Kristian Pedersen

Surprisingly all three Swans players out on loan are left-backs. The abundance of left-backs in their ranks has led to needing to be ruthless with those on the peripheries of the first-team squad. None more ruthless than Pedersen.

The 29-year-old signed in the summer from Koln but due to a lack of playing time, in part due to injuries, he joined fellow Championship side Sheffield Wednesday. He will return to the Swansea.com Stadium this summer with intentions of breaking into the first-team.

Nathanael Ogbeta

Now aged 22, Ogbeta needs to be out getting regular minutes. With his playing time at a premium at Swansea City, appearing on the bench just twice in the first half of the season, he was loaned out to League One side Bolton Wanderers.

He has been a bit-part player so far for his new loan side, starting four of the club’s nine games since joining. He is out of contract at Swansea City in the summer and so could be allowed to leave for free. It could present Bolton Wanderers with an opportunity to sign him permanently if the loan is a success.

Nathan Tjoe-A-On

The third and final left-back out on loan is Tjoe-A-On. He signed from Dutch side Exelsior last summer but failed to make an appearance for the Swans before being sent back to the Eredivisie with Heerenveen. Given his short stint at his parent club, he will return with the hopes of making an impression in pre-season and being given a shot in the English second tier.

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