Swansea forced to scrap South Korea tour
Swansea City have seen their South Korean tour fall through.
The Capital One Cup holders had lined up friendly games against FC Seoul, Tottenham and Queens Park Rangers.
But Michael Laudrup's men called off the trip after organisers failed to deliver the July fixtures, says the Daily Star Sunday.
The news will come as a big disappointment to Swansea's support in the Far East with South Korean former Celtic midfielder Ki Sung-Yueng in their ranks.
And it is a financial blow as well for the ambitious Welsh club, who are keen to strengthen their foothold further in the lucrative Asian commercial markets.
Swans vice-chairman Leigh Dineen tweeted:
After months of hard work one preseason tour doesnt get over the line. #annoyed.Announcements on other games coming up very soon— leigh dineen (@leighdineen) May 17, 2013