Midfielder heading for Anfield
Icelandic midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson is to meet with the new manager at Swansea and explain why he is joining Liverpool.
The Reds look to have won the race to sign the attacking midfielder who did so well under Brendan Rodgers at Swansea last season whilst on loan from Germany.
The Swans had wanted to take him on a permanent deal and that looked likely to happen if Rodgers had stayed in Wales but as soon as he moved to Anfield all bets were off and Sigurdsson changed his mind.
The midfielder wants to meet Swansea's new boss, expected to be former Denmark star Michael Laudrup, to explain why he has decided against completing a £6.8million move from Hoffenheim to Swansea and instead will go to Liverpool.