Nathan Dyer set to return to Swansea City training
11th November 2016
Swans winger Nathan Dyer is set to return to training next week as he continues his recovery from ankle surgery.
The 28-year-old has missed the start of the 2016-17 Premier League season with an ankle problem after signing a new four-year deal with the club in the summer.
Dyer underwent surgery in September and was expected to be sidelined for two months.
His rehabilitation has progressed well, meaning he will rejoin Bob Bradley's squad ahead of their trip to Everton on November 19.
He is expected to be joined by Jefferson Montero, who fractured a bone in his hand against Manchester United.
While a specialist confirmed there was no need for an operation and he could play with a protective cast, Montero has yet to return to training.
It is hoped the flying winger will return to the training pitch next week when the swelling in his hand has gone down enough for the protective cast to be fitted and confirm him availability for the trip to Everton a week Saturday.
For Dyer, the visit to Goodison Park is likely to come too soon, but it is hoped he will be in contention for selection towards the end of the month.