Ki Sung-Yeung is one of a number of Swansea players who will miss Sundays’ final Premier League game at home to Manchester City.
During Fridays’ pre-match briefing assistant manager Alan Curtis confirmed Ki Sung-Yeung would rejoin the group in training after he was forced off through injury at the Emirates on Wednesday night.
Ki Sung-Yueng is fit and available for selection according to Swansea City's official website, as the midfielder has successfully recovered from a concussion sustained last weekend.
Ki Sung-Yeung has been ruled out of this weekends’ game versus Crystal Palace as a precaution because of a head injury.
Sung-Yueng Ki earned Swansea a huge win with a penalty box goal in the ninth minute.
Swansea City continue their battle to turn their season around in the post-Garry Monk era, but despite outplaying their opponents West Ham they had to settle for a 0-0 draw at the Liberty Stadium.
Ki Sung-Yeung looks to be winning his race to be fit for the game against Newcastle after limping during last weekends’ draw at Stamford Bridge.
Sung-Yeung Ki has undergone surgery to cure a niggling and persistent knee problem in an attempt to return fully fit for the start of pre-season.
Swansea City's tidy 2-0 win over Stoke City at the weekend saw plenty of positive fantasy performances from the in-form side, but a trip to the Emirates next may prove difficult for them to keep up things up.
Ki Sung-yueng salvaged a point for Swansea against Sunderland by scoring against the club he played for on loan last season.
Ki Sung-Yueng is off to play for South Korea for the Asia Cup that kicks off this month, leaving a void in Swansea City's midfield.
With Arsenal and Manchester City in their next two games, it would be wise to ignore Swansea City for fantasy purposes, with the possible exception of Sung-Yueng Ki.
South Korea XI: XI: S G Kim, S Y Yun, Y G Kim, H M Son, Y Lee, J C Koo, K Y Han, S Y Ki, C Y Lee, S W Kim, J H Hong
Despite a valiant effort to get back in the match in the 2nd half, three goals conceded by South Korea in the opening 45 minutes would prove to be too many as they fall to Algeria 2-4.