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Player wages at heart of Swansea morale problems

Swansea City's team morale has remained fractured this season.

The Daily Mail says the club brought in a number of players last summer to help cope with the added demands of playing in the Europa League for the first time.

Wilfried Bony, who has been a success leading the attack since joining from Vitesse Arnhem, earns £58,000 a week, for example.

But the influx of high earners has affected morale in the dressing room and chairman Huw Jenkins plans to make a number of strategic changes in the summer.

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