Jonny Williams is set to be offered a deal by Swansea City.

The Welshman’s contract at Charlton is set to expire at the end of June and the Swans are leading a host of Championship clubs to his signature it has been reported.

QPR and Preston are thought to be keen on the former Crystal Palace man who signed a six-month deal with The Addicks in January.

Williams, 26, won over fans at The Valley in a successful period with Lee Bowyer’s side as they won promotion from League One via a play-off final win over Sunderland at Wembley.


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The attacker received huge praise for his performance from the bench in the final that saw Patrick Bauer score a late winner to send Charlton to the second tier.

Williams was one of six first team players that were not offered fresh terms by Bowyer, although the manager insisted it was not down to ability or quality, but rather the financial limitations of the club.

“He’s going to have other clubs that are interested in him for sure,” Bowyer said.

“If the money isn’t what he’s looking for, or if there is any way we can get close to it, then we will be speaking to his agent, we will be keeping in contact.

“It’s not like we’ve shut the door on him, it’s half open, hoping that someone else doesn’t come and snap him up.”

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