Swansea City manager Francesco Guidolin has revealed that Ghana international Andre Ayew should be fit to face Chelsea on April 9 at the Liberty Stadium.
An ankle injury has forced the 26-year-old to miss the Swans’ last two games will once again be on the sidelines when his side travel to Stoke City on Saturday.
Apart from Ayew, the manager is not sure about the fitness of Jefferson Montero and Modou Barrow following their international exploits with Ecuador and Gambia respectively.
“[Ayew] is not fit. He is getting better, but is not ready for Saturday. He could be ready for the game against Chelsea,” Guidolin told reporters.
“It has not been an easy period with so many players away at many games. It is not easy for a club manager because many players are away in many different places.
“Montero and Barrow, I have not seen them yet. They train tomorrow morning, and then we have a match on Saturday. It is not an easy moment, but it is like this for all clubs.”
Swansea are four points of safety as they sit 15th on the premier league log with 36 points.