Graham Potter interviewed for vacant manager’s position at Swansea City

• 43-year-old has made his name at Swedish club Östersund
• Frank De Boer also in running for vacancy at Liberty Stadium

Graham Potter has been interviewed by Swansea City with a view to being appointed their new manager. The 43-year-old, who has enjoyed remarkable success with the Swedish club Östersund, held talks with Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien, Swansea’s majority shareholders, and is now the leading contender to take over at the Liberty Stadium.

Frank de Boer and Jaap Stam have also been interviewed for a position that became vacant after Swansea parted company with Carlos Carvalhal on Friday, in the wake of their relegation to the Championship. Although Brentford’s Dean Smith and Bristol City’s Lee Johnson have also come under consideration, neither is believed to be in the running as Swansea move towards appointing their fifth manager in the space of 19 months.

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