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Swansea boss insists hunt still on for two goalkeepers

Swansea City manager Brendan Rodgers says the club is not in pursuit of highly-rated Polish goalkeeper Grzegorz Sandomierski.

The 21-year old Jagiellonia Bialystok gloveman has been heavily linked with a move to the promoted Welsh club this summer but Rodgers says he is not a target.

He did, however, say the Swans are on the lookout for two new keepers following the departure of Dorus de Vries to Wolves.

"I have read that we are after him, but I have never heard of the guy before," he told the South Wales Post.

"I have also had about five agents ringing me up who are supposedly representing the lad. It's a case of welcome to the Premier League I think.

"We have got people in mind, but he is not one of them," Rodgers continued.

"We are actually looking for a No.1 and a No.2."

He also said that the club's only listed goalkeeper, Yves Ma-Kalambay, will be offered a new deal.

"Yves will be offered another deal - he is an outstanding support goalkeeper and he was very loyal last season," he added.

"He is one I would like to keep, but we still need two more keepers going into the Premier League."

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