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Jordi Amat Maas | Defensemen | #2

Team: Swansea City
Age / DOB:  (24) / 3/21/1992
Ht / Wt:  6'0" / 172

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Jordi Amat and Leon Britton are major doubts for Saturday. The Swansea pair are both struggling with back injuries and Francesco Guidolin is uncertain whether either will train ahead of the game.
Britton who has been struggled with a foot complaint – plantar fasciitis – for most of the season lasted a little over an hour last weekend, but while it was initially believed his injury had flared up again Guidolin later confirmed it was separate (back) issue which caused the problem. His replacement - Jefferson Montero - impressed from the bench and the Ecuadorian could be in line for his first Premier League start of 2016. Swansea will also run the rule over Amat who is suffering from a similar problem - Kyle Bartley will be named amongst the substitutes if the 24-year-old fails a late test. Andre Ayew (ankle) has been passed fit following a full week of training. Apr 7 - 2:33 PM

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Garry Monk has confirmed Jordi Amat will miss the remainder of the season after tests revealed the Swansea full-back broke a bone in his foot.

Amat wasn't involved in last weekends’ win over Stoke because of a reported foot injury and the club announced on Thursday that the defender would miss around 2 months after fracturing his metatarsal. Fortunately Neil Taylor is available again following his 2-match suspension while Monk has recalled Dwight Tiendalli and Jazz Richards from their recent loan spells as cover for their remaining games. Swansea travel to the Emirates on Monday and should be boosted by the return of Bafetimbi Gomis who has missed the last month - the Frenchman will replace Nelson Oliveira who is back with his parent club - Benfica - after damaging ankle ligaments.
Source: BBC Sport
Thu, May 7, 2015 05:58:00 PM

Swansea City lose a thriller at Stamford Bridge while defender Jordi Amat faces a spell on the sidelines as injury forces his early withdrawal.

The build-up to Saturday’s game was dominated by one man Diego Costa - hamstring injury - but once the Spanish international had been given the all clear; it was a case of ‘normal service has resumed’ for the Barclays Player of Month who grabbed a quick-fire hat trick. However Garry Monk won’t be too despondent about his side’s performance after their "power and quality" began to take a stranglehold during the second half although the injury to his full-back Jordi Amat will be a concern. The Swansea defender left the ground in a protective knee brace as a precaution and will have a scan to diagnose the full extent of the problem – new signing Frederico Fernandez provides a natural replacement.
Source: BBC Sport
Sun, Sep 14, 2014 07:35:00 AM