Welsh manager believes Spaniard is destined for Liberty Stadium exit.
Wales national team manager Chris Coleman believes Premier League side Swansea City will struggle to hold on to star striker Michu, according to BBC Sport.
The 26 year old Spaniard has been in dazzling form this season, coming in 3rd in the goal scoring charts behind Robin Van Persie and Luis Suarez with 13 goals in just 20 appearances.
Despite only arriving from the club for a mere £1.7 million in the summer from Spanish Rayo Vallecano, the talented forward is already attracting interest from a host of top European clubs.
One of those clubs is Swansea’s FA Cup opponents last weekened, Arsenal. Michu came on as a second half substitute, and took just 73 seconds to score as he pushed the ball over Mertesacker before slotting past Wojciech Szczesny.
In doing so, Michu displayed some of the attacking prowess and finishing that has often been lacking from Arsene Wenger’s side this season following the departure of Robin Van Persie last summer.
Arsenal could do worse than make a move for the free scoring forward but a range of clubs, including Atletico Madrid, Tottenham and Malaga are rumoured to be monitoring the situation.
Laudrup has insisted the player would not be leaving the club for less than £30 million but a bid of half that would be likely to seriously test the Welsh side’s resolve.
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