Jonjo Shelvey arrived at the Swans just two summers ago for £6 million from Liverpool and his since established himself as a key member of the Swans’ midfield trio. After failing to break into the Reds’ first team, Shelvey moved to South Wales and has since made 63 appearances for the club.
He has made one appearance for the English national team and after his extremely successful début season at the Liberty, there were people mentioning a potential recall for the 23 year old. However, his second season at the club was less successful as his discipline was cited as a problem by manager Garry Monk.
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In his first season in Wales, Shelley impressed. The midfielder netted six Premier League goals in 32 league appearances, but the player also showed he could be the creative lynchpin of the side as he created 45 chances in the same season. But, in the following season, he scored just three league goals and created 30 chances. However, as Monk pointed out, his discipline is a weak spot in his play as he has collected three red cards and 26 yellow cards in just two seasons at the Liberty, something he will have to improve on.