Gylfi Sigurdsson has put pen-to-paper on a new four-year deal with Swansea City, according to the Mail Online.
The midfielder had emerged as a target for Everton though he has ended speculation surrounding future by signing a new contract with the South Wales side.
The twenty-six year old is currently in his second stint with the Swans having previously had a loan spell with them in 2012.
He made a permanent switch to the Liberty Stadium in the summer of 2014, signing from Tottenham Hotspur.
In total the former Reading and Hoffenheim man has made eighty-eight appearances for Swansea in all competitions, scoring twenty-seven goals.
Sigurdsson has also been capped forty-four times for Iceland, scoring fourteen goals, and he was part of the squad that defied the odds to reach the quarter finals of this summer’s European Championships with the side eventually knocked out by hosts France.