Moore set for Swansea exit

The former West Brom and Aston Villa striker is left out of the club's pre-season trip to Netherlands and his agent, Peter Morrison, confirms that teams have made enquiries
Luke Moore looks set to leave Swansea City after being left out of the club's pre-season trip to Netherlands.

The former West Brom and Aston Villa striker found himself a bit-part player at the Liberty Stadium for much of last season and his agent says that there have been offers for his client's services, while the Swans have been pursuing Wilfried Bony in his position.

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However, Peter Morrison also explained that Moore would continue to give his all for manager Michael Laudrup so long as he remains a Swansea player.

"Luke is obviously disappointed not to have been included on the pre-season trip," the forward's agent told Sky Sports.

"However, he has a very professional outlook so will be keeping his head down and working on his fitness to make sure he is in peak condition for the start of the season.

"We have had enquiries from a number of clubs and, if an opportunity comes up that is right for both Luke and Swansea City, then we will look at it but he is contracted until the end of the season so he will remain focused and committed to the club until he is told otherwise."

Moore made just six starts for Swansea in all competitions last season, coming off the bench 14 times and scoring five goals in total.