Laudrup waits on winger talks
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup is keen to secure the future of Scott Sinclair but is happy to delay talks until after the Olympics.
Doubts continue to surround the future of Sinclair, who has just one year remaining on his current deal and both Liverpool and Fulham are among the clubs keen to sign him.
The winger is currently training with Team GB ahead of the Olympic games which start in two weeks and Laudrup has admitted nothing will be sorted out until he returns.
The Dane does not seem overly concerned though and is hopeful of wrapping up a deal once the tournament is over.
"It's the last year of his contract and it's a special situation - not only for him but in general when you have players with only one more year to go," Laudrup revealed.
"But I imagine we will have to wait until he's back. For now we have to leave them to concentrate on the Olympics and when they come back we'll talk about it."