Press prattle about Pratley. In the last few days there have more rumours than I remember from the whole of last summer, and this is just another one of them.
That latest rumour being that Newcastle United have tied up a deal to bring Darren Pratley to the club on a free transfer. This deal would see the Swansea midfielder come to the club on a free transfer and he’d most likely be back up to the first team. Well I hope that’s what he’s seen as! The word is that we’ve offered him a four-year...Read Full Story
English footballer Darren Pratley is sad to close his five-year relationship with the newly promoted Swans. He signed a four year contract with Bolton Wanderers on 1 July 2011 after guiding his previous club to the Premier League; his contract expired at the end of the season. However the 24-year-old admits he never expected to leave the club.
“I was asked if I would like to stay by the media and I said I would,” he said.
“I liked living in Swansea and got on well with my team-mates.
“But...Read Full Story
Swansea midfielder Darren Pratley will be playing for Bolton next season after clinching a four-year-deal to join the Reebok outfit. The 26-year-old has been high on the Trotters wanted list for some time and even the Swans promotion to the Premier League has failed to convince him to stay put in South Wales.Pratley, who made 199 appearances for the club during his five year stint, rejected a new contract offered to him to remain with the top-flight newcomers.His final game in..... read moreRead Full Story
Darren Pratley has turned down a new deal with Swansea and is ready to sign for Bolton on a free transfer. Wanderers boss Owen Coyle has been chasing the midfielder for the last six months and is finally set to land his man after the 26-year-old rejected the chance to pen a new deal at the Liberty Stadium.Pratley scored 12 goals last season as Swansea won promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs but he has still opted for a..... read moreRead Full Story
Swansea say Ashley Williams is not for sale and insist QPR have yet to make a bid for the defender. Swansea have already lost Darren Pratley who has opted to walk away on a free transfer after falling out of contract, while Newcastle want Neil Taylor, but they are determined to keep hold of Williams.Reports had claimed that QPR had offered £2.6million for the central defender, who played a key role in the club's promotion to the Premier League, but chairman..... read moreRead Full Story