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14 July 2017 : Yeovil Town Linked With Swansea Centre-Back Loan
Yeovil Town are reported to be on the verge of taking Swansea City Under-23 captain Keston Davies on loan. The WalesOnline website reports that the Glovers will be taking the central defender on a season long loan, after manager Darren Way and assistant Terry Skiverton watched a youthful Swansea site lose 1-0 against Barnet at the Hive Stadium on Wednesday.

Davies was one of the more obvious names that they could have been scouting on that night. He captained their Under-23 side on occasions last season, as a regular in a team that won their league title. He is a 20 year old that has also played for Wales at Under-19s level and so would be very typical of the sort of player that Yeovil Town have taken in the past from the South Wales club.

At present, the Welsh press aren't offering up any quotes or sources for their claims, although the very presence of the management team in North London in midweek made it likely that they were after someone from the two teams.


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