Swansea are set to appoint Paul Clement as their new manager

Swansea City, the base of the Premier League, have designated Paul Clement  as chief on an over two-year contract in progression to Bob Bradley, the  club said on Tuesday. Lenient, 44, has been colleague director at Bayern  Munich to Carlo Ancelotti, with whom he additionally worked at Chelsea,  Paris St Germain and Real Madrid.

In his exclusive administrative employment, notwithstanding, he endured  not exactly a year at Championship (second level) Derby County, who sacked  him last February. Swansea was accounted for to have talked with him before  naming Bradley in October. Swansea has battled all season in the wake of offering driving scorer  Andre Ayew to West Ham United and chief Ashley Williams to Everton.

Saturday's 3-0 home thrashing by Bournemouth was their fourth progressive  misfortune, abandoning them a base of the table and four focuses from  security. Lenient will go to Tuesday's match at Crystal Palace, who are  three places above them.

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