Bob Bradley’s Le Havre is currently battling for promotion to Ligue 1, but the former U.S. Men’s National Team coach is now being linked with a move to the English Premier League.
BBC Wales reported on Tuesday that Bradley met with Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins as pressure continues to mount on incumbent manager Francesco Guidolin. Entering this weekend’s clash with Liverpool, Swansea currently sits 17th in the Premier League with just four points through six games.
Bradley reportedly met with Jenkins at Bristol Airport, but Swansea has yet to make an official decision on if there will be an imminent coaching change. Joining Bradley among Swansea’s reported candidates is former Welsh international Ryan Giggs.
Swansea City was bought by an American consortium led by Jason Levien and Steve Kaplan back in July. Joining the duo among the club’s ownership group is Landon Donovan, who played for Bradley during the manager’s tenure with the U.S. Men’s National Team.
Bradley and Le Havre return to action on Monday for a league clash with Sochaux.