add-calendarblack-diamondscalendarcameracheckclose-blackclosecopper-black-overlaycopper-dark-black-overlaycopper-grey-overlaycopper-overlaycreate-accountcybil-mascotcyril-mascotdesign-stripsdragondropdown-copperdropdown-golddropdown-whitedropdowndropup-copperenglishfacebookfilegalleryswansea iconsgoalgold-black-overlaygold-grey-overlaygold-overlayinsta-colourinstagram-colorinstagram-colourinstagraminstagramcolourleft-arrow-blackleft-arrowlive-tablelocation-whitelocationlogo-whitemandarinminusnotificationplay-copperplay-whiteplayplayer-whiteplayerplusquote-bottom-copperquote-bottom-yellowquote-bottomquote-top-copperquote-top-yellowquote-topred-cardright-arrow-blackright-arrow-greyright-arrow-whiteright-arrowsearchsecond-yellowshareshirtshopsign-insnapchatsoundspotifystadiumstatssubstitutionswan-bg-blackswan-bg-darkgreyswan-bg-lightgreytelevisiontickettimetimertwitterwechatweibowhistle-whitewhistleyellow-card

Rodon's return

The centre-back was forced to withdraw from Wales Under-21 duty having picked up an ankle problem during Swansea City’s win at Millwall prior to the international break.

But after a spell of treatment and rest, Rodon has rejoined his Swans team-mates as they prepare for Forest’s visit to the Liberty.

Potter will hope the 20-year-old, who has thrived having broken into the Swans’ first team this season, will now be okay to feature come the weekend.

Rodon has formed an impressive partnership with Mike van der Hoorn having been handed an opportunity at senior level following the summer departures of Federico Fernandez, Jordi Amat, Alfie Mawson and Kyle Bartley.

 

Article tags:

Joe Rodon

Latest News