Tottenham are closing in on the signing of Swansea left-back Ben Davies, according to Sky sources.
Tottenham Hotspur have expressed an interest in Swansea City defender Ben Davies.
Ben Davies, who was held out of last weekend's league match with Liverpool, returned to the Swans XI last night in their loss to Napoli and came out healthy, making him available for selection against Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Ben Davies did not make the squad for Swansea City's trip to Anfield this past weekend because of a minor calf injury.
Ben Davies has recovered from the ankle injury he sustained when Swansea City defeated Sunderland last month, and is available for selection in Thursday's Europa match with Kuban Krasnador.
Updating a report earlier in the week, Swansea City fullback Ben Davies will be sidelined for three to four weeks due to an ankle injury, according to the club's offical website.
In his first action since recovering from a hamstring injury, Swansea left back Ben Davies suffered an ankle injury that manager Michael Laudrup feels will cause him to "probably miss our next two games at least."
In Michael Laudrup's press conference for Swansea City's upcoming match against Sunderland, the manager admitted that defender Ben Davies remains a doubt and will be assessed once more before deciding on his availability.
Ben Davies will have a scan today on what is believed to be a hamstring injury suffered near the end of Swansea's 2-0 defeat at Southampton, and could keep the fullback out for a few weeks.
A spectacular Ben Davies goal wasn't enough for Swansea to come back against Arsenal.
The Swans defender missed out on their mid-week Europa Cup match but should be fit to return to the starting line-up against Spurs.