Jefferson Montero: Swansea City winger to wear cast after broken hand
Swansea City winger Jefferson Montero has been cleared to play with a protective cast on his broken hand.
The Ecuadorian, who recently returned from a calf injury, was hurt during the Swans' 3-1 defeat by Manchester United.
Montero flew to Ecuador after the match for international duty but returned to Wales to see a specialist on Wednesday.
Following x-ray confirmation of the break in his hand, the 27-year-old was told he was able to continue training and playing in a cast.
Meanwhile, striker Oliver McBurnie has signed a one-year contract extension which will see him stay at the Liberty Stadium until June 2019.
"A new contract shows faith in me and from here I just want to crack on and keep working hard to get more opportunities on the pitch with the first-team," McBurnie said.
"If the next 16 months goes as well as the first has, I will be happy."
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