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The 31-year old defender, who skippered Wales during their Euro campaign, is understood to be on his way to a medical this afternoon ahead of signing the deal.
Despite leading title challengers Tottenham for the first half, the Swans were defeated 2 - 1 at White Hart Lane.
Alberto Paloschi scored his first premier league goal for the Swans in the 18th minute, but Spurs continued to pile on the pressure, securing two goals in the second half and taking home those vital three points.
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Swansea City were beaten by a last minute Christian Eriksen goal as Tottenham Hotspur claimed all three points at the Liberty Stadium.
Spurs striker Harry Kane headed the away side in front from a corner early on.
Swansea City, who dominated possession and missed a host of chances, finally leveled from Wilfried Bony just after the break, his 20th Premier League goal of 2014.
Although a poor clearance from Swans defender Jazz Richards allowed Eriksen the chance to drive home the winner.
It's all square at half time at the Liberty Stadium in Swansea's Premier League game at home to Crystal Palace.
Wilfred Bony put the Swans ahead in the 15th minute before Mile Jedinak equalised for the visitors from the penalty spot ten minutes later.
The spot kick was awarded after Jonjo Shelvey brought down Marouane Chamakh.
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Swansea City forward Marvin Emnes is set to give Swans boss Garry Monk a boost by returning to fitness in time for Saturdays Premier League clash with Southampton at the Liberty.
Emnes completed his first full 90 minutes for the U21 side in their 2-1 defeat to Cardiff City on Monday night.
The Dutchman, who signed a permanent deal at the Liberty in the summer, has not featured for the first team after injuring his knee in pre-season.
The former Middlesbrough star was an unused substitute during Swansea's 4-2 defeat at Chelsea on the weekend, but hopes to force his way into contention for the visit of Ronald Koeman's Saints.
Emnes told the clubs website:
It has been a long time. I was looking forward to playing games again and I now have that chance.
In pre-season I was playing well and having good training sessions, and I felt really sharp. To pick up an injury was very difficult but it's great to be back now.
When you get injured it is always disappointing, but the team is playing really well at the moment and I'm looking forward to getting back and helping my team-mates as soon as possible.
And it would be nice to be back against Southampton on Saturday