English Premiership

Liverpool's Joe Allen wanted back at Swansea

2016-06-22 17:31
Joe Allen and Jurgen Klopp (TEAMtalk)

Cape Town - Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen is reportedly set to be offloaded to Swansea after the Euro 2016 tournament, according to the Telegraph.

Allen joined the Anfield outfit in 2012 for a fee of £15m from the Welsh side and, after making 14 consecutive 90-minute appearances in his debut season, the 26-year-old subsequently fell down the pecking order and often had to settle for a place on the bench.

Earlier this month, Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins revealed that the club have intentions to resign the Wales international should his services be made available by the Reds.

Speaking to the South Wales Evening Post, the chairman stated that any possible deals will have to be concluded after the European Championships currently taking place in France.

"I think it has been well-documented that Joe is going to look at his future when he is finished out at Euro 2016. Obviously we will keep tabs on his situation and see what happens later in the summer," he said.

"Naturally, we are interested in good players like Joe who may be available this summer given that he has a year left on his contract."

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