This is the latest Swansea City news, views and gossip from the Liberty Stadium and beyond.
PSV 'receive offer' for Piroe
Reports in the Netherlands state that PSV have received an offer from Swansea for Joel Piroe.
WalesOnline exclusively revealed yesterday that Swansea are eying a £1million move for the young striker.
Voetbal International believe the offer is in the region of 2million euros. That figure would appear quite steep for Swansea's business model, but interest in the forward is concrete.
Swansea yesterday confirmed a deal for Wigan's Kyle Joseph was done and dusted, but further additions are expected in light of Andre Ayew's departure on a free transfer.
The Netherlands Under-20 international has one year left to run on his contract with PSV.
Pompey youngster linked
Reports on the south coast state that Swansea are keeping track of Portsmouth youngster Gerard Storey.
The midfielder was released by the League One side this summer, with the Portsmouth News stating that Swansea's under-23s side are taking a look at him.
Championship rivals Millwall are also interested.
Arriving in the summer of 2019, the Northern Ireland youth international made one first-team appearance at Cheltenham in the Papa John's Trophy.
He is due to join The Lions for pre-season, but Swansea are also keeping track of his progress.
Swans loaned George Byers to Pompey in January, meaning lines of communication have already been established between the two sides.
Hourihane tipped for Newcastle United
Former Aston Villa man Gabby Agbonlahor reckons Conor Hourihane would be a good fit for Newcastle United.
The Republic of Ireland international's loan stint at Swansea came to an end after defeat in the play-off final to Brentford - a team who also could be interested in the 30-year-old, according to the talkSPORT pundit.
He said : “I think he’ll definitely have offers.
“It depends what he wants to do. I think he’ll come back for pre-season, speak with the manager and take it from there.
“If he was to leave, he’d definitely have offers and there would be Premier League clubs after him.
“You look at the likes of Brentford, Newcastle. Steve Bruce knows him well. You look at Norwich, Watford, the teams that have come up. They would love to have him in their team.
“He won’t be short of offers. I just hope he gets the move that’s right for him.”
Hourihane has one year left on his Villa Park contract and is likely to move on this summer, such is the competition for places in Dean Smith's starting XI.
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Palace could regret decision
Former Premier League manager Lawrie Sanchez says Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish could regret his decision to part company with Roy Hodgson.
Palace have been conducting a managerial search since the end of the last season, with the Eagles dealt a blow earlier this week with news that talks with former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo had broken down. As such, Swans head coach Steve Cooper has been installed as heavy favourite for the position.
But Sanchez reckons Palace could rue Hodgson's departure.
He said: “Steve Parish will later on think, ‘You know what? I quite like Roy'.
"He wasn’t high maintenance, he did the job, he kept us up and we kept our money every year. This is turning into a pain in the neck and they’ll be no guarantees we’re going to do any better."
Bookmakers still have Cooper as 10/11 favourite for the Selhurst Park job on Saturday, ahead of Frank Lampard and Eddie Howe.