Sigurdsson eyes Premier League stay
Gylfi Sigurdsson has reiterated his stance that he wants to remain with Swansea and not return to Bundesliga outfit Hoffenheim.
The midfielder has scored seven goals in 17 appearances since arriving at the Liberty Stadium in the January transfer window. Swans boss Brendan Rodgers admits he is a big fan of the player and wants to keep him beyond the terms of his current loan deal, while he has reportedly attracted attention from both Manchester United and Arsenal. Hoffenheim have yet to show their hand over the situation but reportedly want £10 million for the 22-year-old. Whether or not the Welsh club would be prepared to pay that fee is open to question but Sigurdsson knows where he wants to ply his trade next term. "I'm not worried about my future," he told Sky Sports. "My thoughts haven't changed. I've told them what I want to do next season and that's play in the Premier League and hopefully things can get sorted in the summer. "I don't know what will happen. We'll have to wait and see."