Dane may not now be in charge at the Liberty next season.
Head coach Michael Laudrup’s Swansea City future is in grave doubt after it emerged that he and Swans chairman Huw Jenkins have major disagreements over the club’s summer transfer strategy, reports the South Wales Evening Post.
The former Denmark international has only been in charge at the Liberty stadium for the one season now, having arrived in South Wales from Liga outfit Real Mallorca in June 2012.
And the 48-year-old enjoyed a sensational debut campaign in the Principality, not only managing to steer the minnows to a remarkable top-ten finish in the Premier League last season, but he also brought silverware to the club for the very first time in their history after beating Bradford City to win the Capital One Cup final at Wembley Stadium in February.
In total Laudrup was in charge for 47 matches in the previous campaign in all competitions, winning 17 of those contests to give the Dane an overall win percentage of just 36, but the former Real Madrid and Barcelona star now wants his chairman to reward him for his efforts by backing him in the transfer market.