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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff
Jan 28, 2013

Swansea: Graham has not asked to leave

Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has rubbished reports that striker Danny Graham, who has been linked with a move to either Sunderland or Norwich, has asked to leave the club.

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Graham, 27, has found first-team opportunities harder to come by this season following the arrival of Michu at the Liberty Stadium.

But Jenkins said there was no truth to reports that Graham had asked for a move for “personal reasons”. He told BBC Radio Wales: “At the moment, there is no substance to this whatsoever.''

Swans boss Michael Laudrup has said he would be happy for the player, who has scored seven times this season after being a key part of Swansea’s success in the previous campaign, to stay.

The Dane said he did not expect a deal to take him elsewhere would be completed before the transfer window closed.

“There have been a lot of questions about Danny, but I can only say Danny is here and we want him to stay and we don't want to change,” he said.

“I haven't read anything official or in any newspaper or on television where Danny has said he wants to leave. That means he must want to stay, and probably he will.”

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