Player wages at heart of Swansea morale problems

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

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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