By Sulayman Bah
The 21-year-old has been on the radar of an array of clubs namely; Bolton, Celtic, Middlesbrough and Everton but Swansea could finally put to rest the speculations surrounding the player all season with the Swans set to wrap up their pursue of the Gambian.
Swansea City have reached consensus with Barrow’s Swedish second tier club Ostersunds for the forward to move to Wales.
The fee though undisclosed, is believed to be worth around 1.5 millions pounds and could be completed Thursday when the left-footer passes his medical.
He flew to Wales reportedly last week to take a tour of the club facilities ahead of finalizing his transfer.
He’s however back in Scandinavia and is in the fold to make his final appearance for his Swedish club against Sirius as fans plan a big farewell for the attacker in appreciation of his invaluable contribution to the club’s chase for promotion this season.
Modou, who left top flight club Norkopping on a controversial note last summer, becomes the first player in Swedish football history to have made the jump from second tier football to one of the best leagues in Europe –the English premier League.