Swansea settle transfer dispute with Ipswich

Swansea City have sorted their transfer dispute with Ipswich Town.

The Daily Mail says Premier League new boys Swansea have moved swiftly to avoid a possible transfer embargo after agreeing to pay £300,000 owed to Ipswich over last season's loan transfer of Tamas Priskin.

Tractor Boys’ chief executive Simon Clegg called for the ban on signings last week but the two clubs resolved the matter last night.

Ipswich are to receive the sum they claimed they were owed - £140,000 to cover Priskin’s wages and a £160,000 bonus relating to the Swans’ promotion to the Premiership.

Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins, whose initial reaction was to state that he was unaware of any dispute with Ipswich, said: "Everything is fine between us and we move on."

 
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