Here's your round-up of all the latest Swansea City news for Monday, April 15.

Swansea set for Allen talks

Swansea City are due to sit down with Joe Allen to potentially explore the possibility of a new deal.

The midfielder is one of several stars out of contract this summer, and there is some enthusiasm for keeping him on board beyond the summer, with the club now expected to meet Allen's representatives to discuss potential terms.

Luke Williams had previously stated that conversations between the two parties would take place, and it remains to be seen whether an agreement can be reached with Allen, who turned 34 last month.

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"Joe is an incredible player and an incredible player for this club," Williams said. "He proved for me when he came on the pitch that he's still a really good player and really capable so we're definitely going to be having discussions.

"But there is a discussion to be had because it's not completely straightforward."

The club are likely to trigger a 12-month extension on Liam Cullen's current deal, which also expires at the end of the season, but questions remain over the futures of Jamie Paterson, Liam Walsh, Kyle Naughton and Przemyslaw Placheta, all of whom are free agents this summer.

Swans to head to Austria for pre-season

Swansea City will head out to Austria this summer for a pre-season training camp this summer.

The Swans are set to spend a week out on the continent, before jetting back just before the start of the season.

With the Swans all but securing Championship safety, further details of the trip are likely to be ironed out soon, but it seems likely they will also play a couple of games during their stay.

"We've got games lined up and we've a week away together to try and train really intense," Williams said

"There will be a couple of games and then we'll come back and have one probably more game then into the season.

"I don't like too hot because you can't train properly. Somewhere in Europe that's not blistering hot for me is good.

"Then you have organised teams. Some of the things you hear, teams going somewhere wonderful but the pitch was terrible and the other team didn't realise that that was the level. Not on time, things like this.

"Austria you know things are going to be civilised, organised, and well catered for. It's a good one for me."

Barron told to snub Swans

Aberdeen midfielder Connor Barron has been told to snub interest from Swansea City and Rangers this summer.

The 21-year-old is a target for the Swans, who fell short with a bid back in January. However, with his contract up this summer, it's understood he's still very much on the radar in SA1.

However, it appears the Swans aren't the only ones, with Scottish giants Rangers, as well as Serie A sides Sassuolo and Cagliari also credited with interest.

In his column for the Press and Journal, Aberdeen legend Joe Harper believes Italy should be his preferred destination.

“If I was advising Aberdeen’s out-of-contract youth academy graduate Connor Barron, who has this week been linked to two clubs in Italy’s Serie A, I would be telling him to dig his passport out,” Harper said.

“I would obviously prefer Connor, 21, to stay at the Dons, but with the back and forth over signing a new deal having gone on and on, I think there is very little prospect of him being at Pittodrie next season.

“While Connor has previously been linked to the likes of Swansea City – who made a rejected £500,000 bid for him in January – and has been touted for the Reds’ rivals Rangers, I think he should go to Italy if there is genuine interest from Sassuolo and Cagliari.

“Connor is a cultured midfield player – a pass-master – so the climate, pitches and style of play in Italy will suit him, more so than our Scottish winters.”

Cullen - there's still plenty to play for

Liam Cullen insists Swansea City still have a plenty to play for over the last few weeks of the season.

The Swans are within touching distance of Championship safety following Saturday's 1-0 win over Rotherham United, and will seal their status in the second tier with a point at Huddersfield Town this weekend.

However, Cullen believes there is still plenty for over the next three games.

“I think the main thing for us is that we know we still have something to prove,” he said.

“Although our home form has been better of late, and we are coming off the back of two wins, we want to make sure we finish the season on a high.

“We want to be able to go into next season on a positive note, and we are not happy with how the season has gone as a whole or with where we are in the league.

“We want to try and push on, perform well and put some good foundations in place for next season."