Striker Fernando Llorente will miss Swansea City's initially Premier League session of the season at Southampton because of a broken arm, the Welsh club has said.
The Spaniard broke a bone in his lower arm while cycling on a family occasion in June. The club were at first hopeful he would be accessible for determination against Southampton on August 12, yet chief Paul Clement has discounted him of conflict.
"Fernando's restoring exclusively. He has not joined the group preparing yet," Clement told the club site. (www.swanseacity.com)
"In any case, expecting all goes well, we suspect that event in the following 10 days. I believe it's far-fetched he will be associated with the primary couple of recreations, yet his arrival won't be long after that."
Llorente, an individual from Spain's triumphant 2010 World Cup and Euro 2012 squads, joined Swansea toward the begin of keep going season on a two-year bargain from Sevilla, where he won the Europa League.
The 32-year-old was Swansea's best scorer last season, contributing with 15 goals as the club barely got away assignment and the Southampton apparatus, he is probably going to miss their first home amusement against Manchester United on August 19.