The newspapers report that West Brom were interested in a move for Federico Fernandez in the transfer window and that has supposedly prompted the Swans to open talks with the defender over an extension to his current contract.
It looks like Chelsea may have to call off their pursuit of Fernando Llorente as today's papers are reporting that sources close to the player have suggested that he has confirmed he wants to stay at Swansea and help us in our battle to retain our Premier League place.
Fernando Llorente to Chelsea is a story that will just not disappear in this transfer window and many were asking the question after yesterday's game whether that was his last appearance in a Swans shirt and, to be fair, if it was then what a way it would be to go.
There were so many positives at Liverpool yesterday that we could talk about them all day but two of the key ones were the debuts for Tom Carroll and Marin Olsson both of whom were superb in their first appearances for the side.
Today's papers claim the Aston Villa and the Swans are in talks over a potential swap deal that could see Mo Barrow head to Villa Park with Jordan Ayew - brother of Andre- coming in the opposite direction before the transfer window closes.
If ever there was a great place to upset the form book then Anfield would be right near the top of the list and that is exactly what the Swans did today as they not only lifted themselves off the bottom of the table but out of the bottom three into the bargain as well.
Today's newspapers are reporting that West Ham and Everton are both likely to be unlucky in any pursuit of Gylfi Sigurdsson with the player happy to stay at the Liberty and continue the Swans' fight against relegation.
Fresh from being well beaten by Arsenal at the Liberty, Swans midfielder Ki Sung-Yeung insists that the team should be looking forward to the games that are to come rather than backwards at the games that have passed.
You almost have to feel for fans of Chelsea and West Ham this week as they are both suffering from their key players deciding that they do not want to play for their clubs amidst interest from other clubs which will just make their already fat pay checks even fatter.
The Daily Express is reporting that West Ham are eyeing up a move for Gylfi Sigurdsson as they face up to the fact that sulking star Dimitri Payet is likely to leave them for pastures new before the transfer window is out.
Today's reports are that Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson is once again back on the radar of the Swans as they look at many options to strengthen the Premier League's most generous defence in the window
With fresh reports that Everton are looking at a bid for Swans midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson in this transfer window I have to say here and now that letting go such a key player would be madness at this point in time