Fernando Llorente wants Swansea stay
Spain international Fernando Llorente is prepared to fight for his position at Swansea City, according to his agent. The former Sevilla man was recently dropped for the Premier League clash at Everton.
Llorente, 28, has been linked with possible move to Napoli in the New Year with new boss Bob Bradley reluctant to offer him regular first-team football.
Jesus Llorente, who happens to be the brother and agent of Fernando, revealed the marksman is determined to stay put at the Liberty Stadium despite not being a favourite under Bradley.
Former coach Francesco Guidolin was key to Llorente's decision to join the Premier League, but he is now focused on proving his credentials to the Welsh outfit.
Swansea City are currently rockbottom of the Premier League, and look destined for relegation unless there is a change of fortune.