Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has labelled Gylfi Sigurdsson “priceless” amid rumours of interest from Tottenham.
According to The London Evening Standard, Spurs are “considering a £25 million move” for the 27-year-old.
Jenkins told Sky Sports: “We’ve not had any firm bids and if we ever get any firm bids then we will deal with them in the proper way.
“Our aim is to try and keep Gylfi and Fernando, keep our better players and to make sure we can add to Paul’s [Clement] squad.
“It’s hard to suggest what sort of value Gylfi has in today’s market, but to us he is priceless and we’ve got to make sure we do everything in our power to make sure he stays with us.”
I find it hard to believe Daniel Levy would sanction a £25 million-plus move for a player approaching his later years in football.
On top of that, Sigurdsson left Tottenham in 2014 because he was struggling for game-time. Surely he’d suffer the same fate in a team that has only improved since then.
The Iceland international has also been linked with Everton.