Swansea have shown interest in Brondby winger Michael Krohn-Dehli, The Sun has revealed.
The Welsh club have just appointed Michael Laudrup to replace Brendan Rodgers and the new boss is already thinking about summer reinforcements.
The Sun claims the talented coach is readying bid for Denmark winger Michael Krohn-Dehli.
The 29-year-old has largely impressed while playing for Denmark at the European Championship, scoring two goals in three group games.
The highly rated winger is now expected to leave Brondby for greener pastures and Swansea City are looking to take advantage of the situation.
The Welsh side could suffer a real player exodus after boss Brendan Rodgers left Liberty Stadium for Liverpool and they are determined to make several high-profile signings in order to keep the squad competitive.
Michael Krohn-Dehli has scored 5 goals and produced another 7 assists in 27 league games for Brondby last season.