Written By Albert Echatah

Three Premier League clubs are allegedly interested in Swansea City teenager Sam Parker before the summer transfer window opens.

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This season, the 17-year-old has experienced senior football for the first time in South Wales, helping the Swans through a challenging campaign.

Parker has made appearances for Swansea in two Championship games, beginning in December and January against Birmingham City and Coventry City, two teams from the West Midlands. In addition, the attacker was selected to start in the FA Cup third round match against League Two team Morecambe after setting up Charlie Patino’s first goal in a 2-0 victory.

Three Premier League teams are interested in signing Parker from Swansea during the summer transfer window, according to journalist Alan Nixon.

According to the report, Brighton are eager to lure the Wales youth international to the South Coast since they have a track record of identifying young players from all around the world of football.

Simon Adingra and Julio Enciso are two of the young wingers Roberto De Zebri’s Seagulls already have in their starting lineup. Brentford, who intend to strengthen their attacking areas this summer because Ivan Toney is expected to go, is also rumoured to be interested.

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West Ham United have discussed a bold plan to replace David Moyes as manager with Ruben Amorim should the Englishman depart the team.

Moyes’ contract expires this summer, and although the Scottish player stated in February that he has received a fresh offer, no decision regarding his future will be made until the end of the current campaign.

Amorim is a key consideration for West Ham as they develop their backup plans in the interim, and talks are ongoing between the two teams. Although Julen Lopetegui has also been evaluated by the east London team, Amorim is currently the front-runner.

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