Joel Asoro has actually left Swansea City – but Sunderland look not likely to majorly benefit from the forward’s exit.

The youngster left the Stadium of Light following the club’s transfer to League One and signed up with the Swans in a deal worth as much as ₤ 2million, penning a four-year-deal in South Wales.

However the 21-year-old has had a hard time for regular opportunities at the Liberty Stadium and hung around on loan with Groningen in Holland and Italian side Genoa over the previous 2 years.

And having actually been informed his chances with the Champion side would be restricted, Asoro has now completed an irreversible exit – going back to his homeland to sign for Swedish top-flight club Djurgardens IF.

Asoro has actually moved for a concealed charge, which is not believed to be close to the sum the Swans invested to bring in the forward in 2018.

Sunderland, therefore, don’t look set to majorly gain from any potential sell-on clause that may have been inserted into the offer.

It was not verified at the time of Asoro’s exit whether the Black Felines would take advantage of any subsequent move for the child but, considered that most those clauses relate to a percentage of any revenue being made, it may not enter play anyhow offered Swansea have actually sold the forward at a loss.

If a cost was to be received as part of Asoro’s exit, it would likely be a little one.

This is a various scenario to that of Josh Maja, where Bordeaux would make a profit were the striker to complete an irreversible relocate to Fulham in the summertime – with Sunderland then in-line to economically benefit.