Dane has just enjoyed a wonderful first season in Wales.
Swansea City head coach Michael Laudrup is said to be growing increasingly frustrated with the club’s summer recruitment policy, according to reports in the Daily Mail.
The former Denmark international has only been at the Liberty stadium for just the one season now, having arrived in South Wales from Liga outfit Real Mallorca on a two-year deal last June.
And in his debut campaign in the Principality, the 48-year-old managed to steer the club to its first-ever piece of silverware when they beat Bradford City in the Capital One Cup final at Wembley Stadium in February.
Meanwhile in the Premier League, the Swans also enjoyed an impressive ninth-place finish to the previous season, with Laudrup having overseen 17 wins in the 47 matches in all competitions that he has been in charge of the club, losing 15 of those contests.
However Laudrup’s representative, Bayram Tutumlu, has suggested that while the Dane is content for now at Swansea, he does want to have the ability to strengthen his squad this summer, saying: “Michael is very happy at Swansea. He enjoys being at the club very much and he is very excited by next season.
“But it is very important for him that he has a strong team. When he signed his contract he was told he will get a strong team.”