According to the Daily Mail, Swansea City are keen to sign West Bromwich Albion defender James Chester this summer, having failed with a January move.
The Welsh international arrived having built up a strong reputation at Hull, but has failed to make any sort of impact at The Hawthorns, becoming something of a misfit under Pulis.
With just six Premier League starts this season, Chester has been consigned to the sidelines for much of the campaign, and a summer departure wouldn't be much of a surprise.
Now, the Daily Mail report that Swansea City are preparing a £5m move to sign Chester this summer, even though there is confusion over who will be the club's manager next season.
It's stated that Swansea actually made a move to sign Chester on loan during the January transfer window, but Baggies boss Pulis rejected the approach as he didn't want to let the defender join a direct rival at the time.
However, with a £5m offer possibly on the table, Pulis may instead look to cut his losses this time, giving Welsh international a move to Wales, whilst offering Swansea a versatile defender who can play at right back, centre back and left back.
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