Earlier this month, we carried a report from Het Nieuwsblad, who explained Swansea City’s interest in Thomas Henry is ‘becoming more concrete’.
It was also stated the Championship club have not found an agreement with either the player or his club, OH Leuven, because they are waiting to find out if other clubs will come forward to sign him.
Leuven manager Marc Brys had backed the striker to make a switch this summer after admitting the 26-year-old is ‘ready for something different’.
He’s still not managed to get a move away from Leuven, who have started their pre-season preparation on a bright note with three consecutive friendly wins. They managed a 4-1 comfortable victory over Rupel Boom on Wednesday.
Today’s edition of Het Nieuwsblad explain Henry ‘speaks with Swansea City’, but it’s ‘not quite clear’ if Brys’ decision to not play him against Rupel Boom had ‘something to do’ with his ‘transfer worries’.
The Frenchman finished the last campaign with 21 goals and six assists in 31 league matches for the Jupiler Pro League side.