Swansea City will face Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League this weekend.
Swansea City picked up a vital win in dramatic fashion against Crystal Palace and Fernando Llorente was one of the key factors.
Fernando Llorente is now at Swansea City but was once wanted by Tottenham Hotspur.
The Swans striker came off the bench to score twice, beating Crystal Palace in a nine-goal thriller on Saturday.
The American is unhappy at Llorente's form of one goal in 10 appearances and warns he must do more at the Liberty Stadium.
Not long ago, Llorente was one of Spain's first choice centre-forwards. Now, he's struggling for game time in South Wales.
The Swans were well beaten 3-1 at Stoke City last night and are in the bottom three.
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New Swans boss Bob Bradley has been speaking about the fitness of Fernando Llorente and Jefferson Montero amongst others.
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