Here's your round-up of all the latest Swansea City news for Monday, April 8.

Patino emerges as Fulham target

Fulham are reportedly exploring a move for Swansea City loanee Charlie Patino.

According to Football Transfers, Patino has emerged as a summer target for the Cottagers, with Marco Silva eager to strengthen his midfield.

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The 20-year-old has struggled for game time recently under Swans boss Luke Williams, but is nevertheless tipped for a bright future at parent club Arsenal. However, his immediate future in north London remains uncertain.

Arsenal triggered a two-year extension in December 2022, meaning Patino’s current deal expires in the summer of 2025, but has still been the subject of speculation recently.

Italian giants Juventus were credited with monitoring the 20-year-old whizkid with intent. Fulham have now entered the chase for the midfielder, as Marco Silva’s eyes change to his side in the summer, as the Cottagers might explore a move.

Patino has so far made 32 appearances for the Swans, netting four goals.

Three more clubs join race for Leonard

Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Marc Leonard is a name that continues to attract attention ahead of the summer transfer window.

Swansea City are already believed to be keen admirers of the 22-year-old, who's currently on loan at Northampton Town in League One. Leonard has scored five goals in 45 appearances for the Cobblers, and looks increasingly likely to move on from Albion at the end of the season.

The Scot is still contracted to the Seagulls until 2025, but a host of clubs are now seemingly interested in taking him.

According to transfer expert Ekrem Konur, FC Zurich, Jagiellonia Bialystock and Malmö FF, are among the latest sides to take notice.

Young Swans thrash Fleetwood

Swansea City Under-21s made it back-to-back wins following an emphatic 4-0 thumping of Fleetwood Town on Monday.

The result extends Swansea's unbeaten run at home in the Professional Development League to 18 games.

An own goal from Harry Wright-Ocana and a goal from Joel Cotterill gave the home side a commanding 2-0 lead at half-time.

Wales Under-21 international Cotterill then doubled his tally after the restart, before Maliq Cadogan followed up his hat-trick against Watford last week by adding a fourth.

Swansea City Under-21s: Evan Watts, Kian Jenkins, Sebastian Dabrowski (Iestyn Jones 58), Joel Cotterill, Filip Lissah (Thomas Woodward 75), Mitchell Bates, Cameron Congreve, Charlie Veevers, Maliq Cadogan, Ben Lloyd, Glory Nzingo (Kyrell Wilson 65).

Unused Substitutes: Kit Margetson, Sammy Henia-Kamau.

Fleetwood Town Under-21s: Pat Boyes, Raff Cirino, Harry Wright-Ocana, Pele Smith (Jack Doherty 78), Conor Haughey (Adham Slater 45), Finley Potter, Trialist (Josh Edwards 70), Sam Glenfield, Tom Hoyle, Pharell Brown, Liam Roberts (David Animasaun 70).

Unused Substitutes: Oliver Bellzia.