The Welsh Premier League side look set to sign exciting Spaniard from Real Betis.
Michael Laudrup looks set to finalise his second signing of the summer from Real Betis, according to Wales Online.
Gifted midfielder Alejandro Pozuelo, 21, will sign a three-year-deal with the Liberty Stadium side, after Real Betis confirmed his exit.
Swansea will have to pay the Andalucian side a compensatory package of around £425,000.
His appearances last term were restricted, partly due to a row over his contract.
The young Spaniard was previously linked to Barcelona and Manchester United after breaking into the Betis first-team in 2011. He has made 29 league appearances for the Spanish side.
Pozuelo will join Swansea’s Spanish stars Michu and Pablo next season, and the fans will hope he can make half the impact they did in their debut Premiership seasons.
The midfielder will arrive with Jose Canas, a former Betis teammate, who signed a pre-contract agreement with Swansea earlier in the year.
Fans will be relieved another deal has been concluded following murmerings of dissatisfaction from Laudrup regarding Swansea’s transfer policy.
Chairman Huw Jenkins will now look to appease Laudrup by making Jonathan De Guzman’s successful loan spell permanent, and picking up Espanyol defender Jordi Amat.