QPR assistant manager John Eustace set to take Swansea job

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QPR assistant manager John Eustace is set to take the Swansea City job.

The 41-year-old will leave his role as Queens Park Rangers' assistant boss to take charge at the Liberty Stadium, says the Daily Mail.

Swansea, who were beaten in the Championship play-off final in May, turned to Eustace after head coach Steve Cooper left earlier this week.

The Welsh club will pay a small compensation fee to Championship rivals QPR, though Eustace is expected to remain with QPR for their pre-season friendly against Manchester United on Saturday.

The Swans face Blackburn in their first game of the new Championship on Saturday August 7.

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