The best player on this list is Gylfi Sigurdsson. The Icelander is in his third season at Swansea at has registered 26 goals and 24 assists there. He is a constant threat at set-pieces as one of the most accurate dead-ball specialists in the league. He operates at the Swan’s number 10 and has the ability to play for any team in the league. The question is whether he would be happy in a squad role at a top club. His time at Spurs, in a similar role, was not particularly happy but he has thrived at Swansea.
WHERE HE WILL LAND: If he will be a squad role player, Chelsea or Arsenal. If not, then I think he ends up in Europe.
Sigurdsson’s midfield partner Leroy Fer would also gain much interest in the advent of their relegation. He has become a consistent performer; primarily as a defensive player but with a good level of attacking proficiency that is required in the frenetic pace of the Premier League.
WHERE HE WILL LAND: He would be a perfect scheme fit for Stoke or West Brom
One player Swansea would be keen to unload upon relegation is striker Fernando Llorente. He is one of the highest earning players at the club at they would want to dump his salary of the books while they try for promotion. While not having the pace of his youth at 32 he is still a consist finisher; he has 11 goals for the season.
WHERE HE WILL LAND: He would be a great addition for West Ham.
Other notable players: Alfie Mawson & Kyle Naughton