Steve Cooper is ready to go away his position as Swansea head coach, with a mutual termination of his contract nearing an settlement.
Cooper, 41, was appointed Swansea boss in the summertime of 2019, and guided the Welsh facet to the Championship play-offs in each of his seasons in cost.
He was linked with vacancies at Crystal Palace and West Brom earlier this summer time, however each of these roles have now been stuffed.
The membership are anticipated to substantiate Cooper’s departure by the top of the week, with their opening sport of the Championship season – at Blackburn Rovers on August 7 – simply 17 days away.
Cooper was within the dugout for Tuesday’s pleasant victory over Plymouth, with the membership’s subsequent pre-season fixture to come back in opposition to Bristol Rovers on Saturday.
Cooper started his teaching profession at Wrexham’s academy, earlier than transferring onto Liverpool after which advancing to take cost of England’s U17 facet, who he led to a U17 World Cup victory in 2017.
Swansea will enter the brand new season lacking some key gamers from their earlier marketing campaign, with Andre Ayew having departed, together with loanees Freddie Woodman and Marc Guehi.
Cooper led Swansea to the Championship play-off closing as they overcame Barnsley within the semis, however his facet have been crushed 2-0 by Brentford at Wembley.