The Leeds midfielder knows he was not at his best last term but is hoping he will return to the top of his game under Monk.
The Swans will wait until the Welshman has held talks with Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.
Glasgow Rangers manager Mark Warburton wants to sign Joe Dodoo from Leicester City in the summer transfer window.
Everton reportedly want the Foxes' head of recruitment as their new director of football.
The Owls will be looking to go one better this season after narrowly missing out on promotion last year.
HITC Sport understands club are confident over work permit.
The Canaries could lose star man, Alex Neil admits.
Glasgow Rangers have reportedly taken Leicester City youngster Joe Dodoo on trial.
Gomez suffered an ACL injury last season, and has been hit with a further setback meaning he will miss the start of the season.
The Swedish striker is happy with the coaching appointments at the club.
Everton take on Liverpool and Manchester United early next month and Gareth Barry may have to start if Morgan Schneiderlin is unavailable.
Newcastle United are said to have been quoted £20 million for the Fulham star in January.
Liverpool are reportedly joining Everton in the race to sign Burnley defender Michael Keane.
Rangers are looking to land a new assistant manager, with two men in contention for Ibrox returns.
Liverpool are reportedly still keen on Borussia Dortmund winger Ousmane Dembele.
Everton ran out comfortable winners against Hull City this weekend but not all their players were praised for their efforts.
West Ham United lost 3-2 at home to Leicester City on Saturday afternoon.
Rangers defender Rob Kiernan is a firm favourite of the new bosses at Derby County and Nottingham Forest.
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Liverpool have sold Jordon Ibe to Bournemouth, just a year after backing him to succeed Raheem Sterling.
With a dodgy back and an Open record that even a chiropractor cannot do much about, Justin Rose was not really expected to dominate Jordan Spieth on the sunny links. But he hit four birdies in a an opening round of three under while Spieth, a fully paid-up member of golf’s Big Four, managed only level par after fluffing the final hole.
Mont Ventoux is often described as a mountain with a personality and a particularly malevolent one at that, so the bizarre Bastille Day finish at Chalet Reynard seemed somehow in character for a mountain which has ended dreams, careers and lives when the Tour de France has scaled its heights.