Portuguese striker could be Swansea’s last signing, reveals Beattie

first_imgNew Swansea City first team coach James Beattie says the imminent arrival of Portuguese striker Éder could conclude the club’s summer spending.Garry Monk moved early in the transfer market, signing Ghana international Andre Ayew from Marseille, as well as Saint-Etienne left-back Franck Tabanou and Swedish goalkeeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt.Éder, who has 18 caps for Portugal, is expected to follow suit and complete the move to South Wales after a £5million fee was agreed last week.And, although not ruling out any more signings, Beattie feels Monk will be satisfied with his squad once the transfer is completed.“I think if we do acquire Éder then Garry will be happy for the moment but in football, you can never say never,” said the former England international, speaking on the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast.“I know the other big thing for the club is the integration of players into the group, so a lot of work is done on the background of the players and their characteristics.“We are pleased with the acquisitions we have got at the moment with Andre Ayew and Kristoffer Nordfeldt, the young ‘keeper who has come in to try and push Fabianski. I think they are the sort of players who can come in and improve the squad. “We are more than happy with the business we have done so far but if we get Éder and possibly one other, then I think Garry will be more than happy with it.”last_img