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 By Max Hicks

Swansea's new owners must splash the cash on a goalscoring machine

Swansea have the option of activating Wilfried Bony's £15 million buy-back clause.

The saga of Swansea's new ownership finally drew to an end -- or perhaps more appropriately a beginning -- on Thursday night. American investor duo Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan confirmed their majority takeover of the club via an open letter on the Swans website, after a planned press conference was delayed by minor last minute complications.

The letter was unsurprisingly full of gushing tributes to the team and their fans, but somewhat less forthright in dealing with any of the real details fans...

 By Chris Wright

Iceland and Swansea star Gylfi Sigurdsson catches a monster fish

After excelling in Iceland's outstanding run to the quarterfinals at Euro 2016, Gylfi Sigurdsson has spent the last week or so blowing off steam.

The Swansea City midfielder has been on a well-earned vacation in the Caribbean before preseason grind begins again in earnest back in Wales.

Indeed, proving that he's just as good with the rod and reel as he is with the ball at his feet, he showed incredible prowess to land an absolutely enormous 64-pound wahoo during a deep-sea fishing excursion.

 By Chris Wright

Swansea delay training due to U.S. President Barack Obama

Barack Obama
President Barack Obama stopped Swansea from getting to training.

As excuses for turning up late for training go, Swansea City's players had a fine one up their collective sleeves when they reported in over an hour late for a session during the week.

The Swans -- now part owned by American investors Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien -- are based in Washington D.C as part of their preseason tour of the United States and it just so happens that a local celebrity was to blame for their extreme tardiness on Thursday morning.

The players left their hotel to make the short...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Varane, Stones and Lacazette among Premier League clubs' most wanted

The ESPN FC crew look at whether Arsenal can get a deal for Alexandre Lacazette over the line.

Which player or what problematic area needs to be addressed in the summer transfer window?

ESPN FC's club bloggers have their say.

ARSENALA striker, possibly Alexandre Lacazette

Arsenal's need for a new centre-forward is exacerbated by the fact that Olivier Giroud is likely to miss the start of the season after his prolonged participation at Euro 2016. The failed bid for Jamie Vardy shows they're already active in the market -- the question now is who the next name is on their shortlist....

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League 2016-17 preseason review: Your club's summer so far

The ESPN FC crew look at whether Leicester can build on their incredible title-winning season.

With Euro 2016 over, focus will quickly shift to the 2016-17 season, and what a campaign lies in store.

How will Leicester fare as defending champions? Will there be fireworks in Manchester as Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola do battle again? There are plenty of subplots ahead of the new campaign and clubs are busy at work trying to add to their squads before the big kickoff on Aug. 13.

How is your side shaping up this summer? Our ESPN FC club bloggers give their verdict on their preseason so far.

Eder's transformation from 'ugly duckling' to Portugal's Euro 2016 hero

A look at the elation and heartache from Portugese and French fans from the various fan zones during the Euro 2016 final.

To say that Eder's winner in the final of Euro 2016 against France was surprising would be a massive understatement. The Portugal striker is one of the unlikeliest heroes in football history, and that is especially true as far as fans in his homeland are concerned.

Ahead of the tournament, Eder was the least popular squad member by a distance.

"He was a bit of a laughing stock in Portugal," Expresso journalist Mariana Cabral told ESPN FC. "We have been used to mobile and technically sound strikers...