He may have been released by Southampton but Celtic, Leeds United and the Swans are amongst a host of sides being linked with a move for Martin Caceres who is rumoured to want to continue a career in English football.
It's another day and more links for the Swans with players and this time it is reports that we could be on our way back to Barnsley for a second defender after the successful capture last summer of Alfie Mawson.
When you are wanted by Everton and Tottenham then you are clearly a man in demand and it will be one of the questions on the lips of many this summer and that is whether Gylfi Sigurdsson will still be a Swansea player when the season kicks off in August.
The Swans entertain West Brom at the Liberty Stadium this afternoon in a game that will bring down the curtain on what has been quite a testing season but one ultimately that has seen us secure a Premier League place for next season, our seventh in a row.
When the dust settles on this season it will be pretty easy to file club record signing Borja Boston away under the flop category and it seems almost inconceivable that he will be at the club come the new season in August.
Silly season hasn't started yet and already Everton and Tottenham Hotspur are being linked with a move for the Swans key player this summer in Gylfi Sigurdsson which is set to be the long running transfer story of the summer
I'm not sure I actually care why Fernando Llorente turned down Chelsea but whatever the reason was why he did it I am sure that all Swansea fans will think that they are glad that he did given his goal tally in the second half of the season.
It is always with fondness ahead of a West Brom game that I think back to a magical night in November 2012 when the Swans tore apart the Baggies at the Liberty in what I can only describe as a first half of total football.
Marvin Emnes was at Blackburn Rovers last season where he completed the feat of "taking them to the next level" just a shame for fans of the former Premier League champions that the next level was League One and not a return to the top flight.