Moyes joins Swans race
The race is on for Gylfi Sigurdsson, Hoffenheim's attacking midfielder, who has caught the eye of Everton boss David Moyes.
Moyes is not alone in his admiration of the attacking midfielder and cross city rival Kenny Dalglish at Liverpool along with both Newcastle and Manchester United are also in the hunt. Swansea would like to keep him but with so many interested parties Hoffenheim know they can get at least £10m for the 22-year-old. Coach Jimmy Lumsden was joined by United spy Martin Ferguson and Liverpool chief Dalglish at Bolton on Saturday to watch Sigurdsson in action and he did not disappoint again with an excellent display. There is also the chance that he could return to the Bundesilga to play, as his move to Swansea did not go down well with Hoffenheim's supporters in the first place, but a sale to the highest bidder looks to be on the cards.