Jenkins: McLeod Offer Unlikely

Swansea Chairman Huw Jenkins has told local media that the South Wales club are unlikely to move for QPR's Kevin McLeod as he is unlikely to be available. Reports in London had suggested that Swansea had reportedly made enquiries about a possible move for the ex-Everton wideman, but Jenkins claimed a raid on Jackett's old club would be unlikely.

Instead, it seems apparent that Swansea will continue to focus on their main three transfer targets - Andy Burgess, Marc Goodfellow and Chris Llewellyn. However, bids for all three players have been rejected and the Chairman claims that they will merely wait for any fresh developments.

Reports this morning also claim that Swansea are being linked with Cheltenham's Martin Devaney after the midfielder was placed on the transfer list. Capable of playing mainly on the right hand side of midfield, local media are speculating that a bid of £50k would probably be enough to see Devaney playing in South Wales by the end of the month...although the club have yet to respond to any such rumours.