Bayern Munich assistant Paul Clement has agreed a two-and-a-half year deal to become Swansea City’s next manager.
The German side allowed the forty-four-year-old speak to the Swans, who are bottom of the Premier League.
Clement was interviewed by the club before Bob Bradley was appointed as their manager in October.
He is set to be Swansea’s third manager of the season and it is likely he will be at Selhurst Park for their game against Crystal Palace today.
The former Chelsea and Real Madrid assistant manager was in charge of Derby County for eight months before he was sacked by the club in February of twenty-sixteen.