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Loan likely for Gorre

Published 07/07/2015

Swansea winger Kenji Gorre is expected to complete a season-long loan move to Dutch club ADO Den Haag
Swansea winger Kenji Gorre is expected to complete a season-long loan move to Dutch club ADO Den Haag

Swansea winger Kenji Gorre has spoken of his expected loan move to Dutch club ADO Den Haag after signing a new three-year contract at the Liberty Stadium.

Neither Swansea nor Den Haag have confirmed Gorre's switch to his native Netherlands but it is understood the 20-year-old will spend next season at the Eredivisie club.

Gorre, the son of former Ajax and Feyenoord star Dean, joined Swansea from Manchester United in 2013 and made his senior debut for the Welsh club in the final Barclays Premier League game of last season at Crystal Palace.

He signed a three-year deal on Monday after impressing for Swansea's Under-21 side last term, scoring 18 goals and providing 10 assists, but accepts first-team opportunities will be limited with the presence of Jefferson Montero, Wayne Routledge, Nathan Dyer, Mo Barrow and new signing Andre Ayew in Garry Monk's squad.

"I have spoken with (ADO Den Haag) coach Henk Fraser and there is a very good feeling from that," Gorre told Dutch website De Telegraaf.

"The club has ambitions and I want to be part of the squad.

"I am at an age when I should play every week but in Swansea there is not that (chance) yet .

"For my development it is better to have a season to look somewhere else."

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