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New deals offered to young Swans

Attacking midfielder George Byers, the Swans’ Under-23/Young Player of the Season for 2017-18, has been offered fresh terms with his current deal set to expire this summer.

Full-back Aaron Lewis, midfielders Jack Evans and Keiran Evans, winger Kenji Gorre and striker Botti Biabi have also been offered the chance to sign new deals at the Liberty Stadium.

But Slovenian Under-21 international Matic Paljk, who joined the Swans on a short-term contract last autumn, and fellow defender Mael Davies have been released along with Portuguese winger Causso Darame.

Goalkeeper Lewis Thomas, who has recently been on loan at Carmarthen Town, has also been freed.

The Swans would like to thank the four players who are leaving for all their efforts and wish them well in their future careers.

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