Jack Evans makes Pafos loan move
Swansea City midfielder Jack Evans has joined Pafos FC on a season-long loan, subject to international clearance.
The move sees the 22-year-old reunited with former Swansea under-23 coaches Cameron Toshack and Gary Richards, who joined the Cypriot club halfway through last term.
Evans made his first-team bow for the Swans last season, featuring in the Carabao Cup win over Cambridge United.
Evans has grown up with the Swans after joining the academy set-up at just eight years of age.
The midfielder featured in his first under-23s game against Brighton in December 2015 and signed a new deal with the club 19 months later.
After missing the entire 2018-19 season while he received successful treatment for cancer, Evans returned to captain the club’s under-23s side last term – making 13 appearances in Premier League 2 Division 2.
Evans then had a brief loan spell with Mansfield Town during the second half of the campaign.
Everyone at Swansea City wishes Jack well during his time in Cyprus.