Laudrup targets Gylfi stay
Michael Laudrup has said he would like to keep Gylfi Sigurdsson and has also ruled out wholesale changes at Swansea.
Laudrup was speaking after being officially unveiled as Swansea's new boss and although it is a complicated situation, the Dane has hinted he will do all he can to keep Sigurdsson. The Icelandic midfielder looks set to sign for Liverpool but Laudrup will get the chance to speak to him and hopes to convince the player that the Liberty Stadium is the place to be. "It's a special case. He was on loan here and did very well," Laudrup revealed. "He has a possibility to go to another club. He is owned by a German club. I would like him to stay, he did very well here." Meanwhile, Laudrup is reported to have £15million to spend on new players but says whatever cash he gets he will not use it to make major changes. "To sign seven or eight players does not make sense," he added.