He accepts that he is frustrated because of his performance at the Swansea City and it would be good for me to move on. Kristoffer Nordfeldt the Swansea City goalkeeper accept that he could be moved on in the Window of January amid disappointment at the first-team opportunities.
This season he has not been seen in action, even for a single minute during the championship in this entire, despite many run-outs in the League Cup, with boss Steve Cooper making Freddie Woodman his number one. And, also talking about the efforts of Erwin Mulder the Dutch keeper in recent weeks, it seems that Nordfeldt has come down the pecking order at SA1.
The former star of Heerenveen is away with Sweden over the international break before their double-header along with Spain and Malta, having been sidelined previously due to illness. He explained, “Some few weeks back, I was a little sick, but now I am fine.” “I’m feeling good because I haven’t played league matches for a long time yet I performed well in the cups. It is motivating and feels really nice.”
He further added that this question is not up to me, it is up to Swansea. Still, I don’t feel happy and I don’t presume that they are thinking it is good that I am sitting where I am sitting either if you are putting it like that. “I think this obvious they are not happy paying me the amount they are paying me when I am not contributing the way they wanted me to. Especially considering the present financial situation of the club. “The interest is good interest, but the question is if it is going to work with the club as well.” The latest comment of Nordfeldt reveals that he is open to a move.