Kyle Joseph: "..the aim is to be a sustainable club in the Premier League."


Kyle Joseph became Swansea City's first summer signing after putting pen to paper on a 4-year-deal for an undisclosed fee rumoured to be around £120,000, keeping him in South Wales until 2025.


The 19-year-old North-Londoner scored 5 goals in 20 games last season in league 1 and has ambitions of helping to establish Swansea CIty as a Premier League club once again. The young striker will be hoping to compete in the first-team under Steve Cooper and follow the likes of Guehi, Cullen and Cabango by making an instant impact when the season begins at the start of August.


Having previously trained with Jamal Lowe at Wigan, Joseph will be hoping he can link up with the Swansea speedster in the Championship as the Swans will be hoping to fight for a 3rd consecutive top 6 finish.


In an interview with the club on Swanseacity.com, Joseph said,

“I think everyone at the club knows the aim is to be a sustainable club in the Premier League. Being around the club and getting to know the people it has been obvious that has been the aim,”.

Kyle Joseph will be competing with Liam Cullen and Morgan Whittaker to spearhead the Swansea attack although if rumours are to be believed, the Swans look likely to sign one or two more strikers to challenge Joseph give some much needed attacking options for Steve Cooper next season.



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