Graham Potter led The CLUB from division 2 to the top flight and on to the Europa League group stage in 2017. Before this season, he left the Jämtland and took over Swansea in the English second division Championship.
In the british media, it is reported widely that the 43-year-old from Solihull could become the new coach of Premier League side Brighton. Under the reputable The Telegraph is the Potter club's first choice and he will be interviewed on Tuesday.
in the English country's premier league in 2017, and finished the season in 17th place. Coach Chris Hughton was on Monday sacked after the club, as the last team, at the weekend managed to remain in the Premier League.
Potters Swansea, relegated from the Premier League last season, finishing in tenth place in the Championship and was never really close to promotion.
But a non-profit organization's previous coaches, should be commended. Danny Gabbidon, former internationals for Wales and the temporary coach in Cardiff in 2014, we are afraid that Potter is leaving the welsh club.
" He is a great, young coach on the way up. He wants to play football in the right way and developing players. It would be a disaster (if he leaves). They (Swansea) have to do everything they can to keep him. A, two clubs are probably after him because he is a tremendous tränartalang, says Gabbidon to the BBC.