Leon Britton is a doubt for Swansea City this weekend as the veteran midfielder has missed two days of training with an illness.
Leon Britton has been passed fit for Swansea City's trip to Newcastle United this weekend as the veteran midfielder has recovered from a back injury.
Leon Britton has been hampered for the past few weeks with plantar fasciitis but states that he plans on playing through the pain.
Leon Britton is hoping to return to training next week after missing the win at Villa Park because of a pre-existing back problem.
Swansea were boosted today by the return of Leon Britton [groin] and Jefferson Montero [hamstring] to full training putting the pair back in contention to face Bristol Rovers in the FA Cup fourth round on Saturday.
Swansea manager Garry Monk made seven changes for the trip to Hull City on Saturday but the Jacks still left the KC Stadium with all three points as the pressure begins to mount on Steve Bruce - his Tigers’ side are now 19th in the division.
Both Swansea City midfielder Leon Britton and forward/winger Marvin Emnes are struggling with knee injuries that have ruled them out for the Swans Premier League opener against Manchester United.
Former Real Betis holding midfielder has joined Swansea City on a free transfer after his contract at Betis expired.