GALLERY: Following the return of Gylfi Sigurdsson to the Liberty Stadium, we take a look back at the last time he wore a #Swans shirt during the 2011-12 season.
What are your favourite memories? #WelcomeBackGylfi
Swansea City is delighted to confirm the signing of Gylfi Sigurdsson on a four-year contract for an undisclosed fee, while both Ben Davies and Michel Vorm have joined Tottenham Hotspur. http://po.st/59LC4u #WelcomeBackGylfi
Ben Davies has expressed his heartfelt gratitude to everyone at Swansea City Football Club after completing his move to Tottenham Hotspur. http://po.st/59ff1w
New signing Gylfi Sigurdsson revealed it was an “easy decision” to return to Swansea City Football Club, and says he can’t wait to get started at the Liberty Stadium. http://po.st/dVz4Uz
We are delighted to offer a range of hospitality options for our Barclays Premier League fixtures against Burnley Football Club and West Bromwich Albion. http://po.st/8rbtxv
With the new Premier League season just around the corner, Swansea City is again launching new ways of rewarding our loyal supporters. We have a special ‘Manchester double’ offer in which you can get a discount on your ticket for our trip to Manchester City FC on November 22 when you keep your ticket stub for our opening day trip to Manchester United. Read more here. http://po.st/ODjICJ
Our three-game ticket bundle for fixtures against West Bromwich Albion, Newcastle United and Arsenal has now SOLD OUT. Thanks for your support. http://po.st/qYaJrH
Assistant-manager Pep Clotet has admitted that he still can’t quite believe the passion Garry Monk has for the Swans job. http://po.st/5hQZwS
VIDEO: Watch exclusive highlights from last night’s 2-0 defeat against Minnesota United FC as the Swans brought their US tour to a close. http://po.st/DqatGV
#Swans boss Garry Monk hailed the club’s two week training camp in America a huge success despite last night’s 2-0 defeat at Minnesota United FC. http://po.st/7NCY1P
Neil Taylor feels the Swans benefited tactically from their trip to America. The club took in two games during the latter part of their two-week training camp in Chicago, Milwaukee and Minnesota.
Full-time: Minnesota United 2 Swans 0. Two first half goals from Justin Davies after eight minutes and a second from Greg Jordan on the stroke of half-time gave the NASL side victory at the National Sports Center Stadium, Blaine.
Despite dominating possession, especially in the second half, the Swans couldn’t find their shooting boots.
It was still a good workout to end their two week training camp in America.
Eight Swans changes for second half with Bartley, Gomis and Shelvey only ones remaining. Swans 2nd-half: Fabianski, Tiendalli, Taylor, Bartley, Chico, Britton (c), Routledge, Shelvey, Bray, Emnes, Gomis.
Half-time: Minnesota United 2 Swans 0.
Goals from Justin Davies after eight minutes and a second from Greg Jordan on the stroke of half-time gave the NASL side an interval lead at the National Sports Center Stadium, Blaine.
GOAL: 45mins: Home side take a 2-0 lead as Ramirez flicked on a free-kick and the flat-footed Swans saw Greg Jordan fire home.
GOAL: Minnesota take the lead after 8 mins. GOAL: Mistake at the back as Swans fail to clear their lines and Justin Davies fires through Tremmel’s legs from close range.
Swans team is in for the friendly against Minnesota United FC (ko 1.15am UK time) at National Sports Center Stadium, Blaine.
Swans starting XI: Tremmel, Rangel (capt), Chico, Bartley, Kingsley, Richards, King, Shelvey, Dyer, Donnelly, Gomis.
Minnesota team: Hildebrandt, Davis, Calvano (c), Bracalello, Reed, Ibarra, Brian Kallman, Ramirez, Jordan, Brent Kallman, Vicentini.
Look inside the Swans’ changing room at the National Sports Center. Kick-off at 7.15pm (local time)
And here’s the matchday programme. Everyone excited for the game?