Swansea are keen on trying to sign Juventus playmaker Roberto Pereyra this summer, according to reports.
Pereyra joined the Turin-based outfit on a season-long loan deal in the summer of 2014 before signing permanently last summer.
However, the Argentine’s opportunities were limited over the course of the 2015-1 campaign as he struggled with injuries.
Juventus have already done some business this summer and the addition of Miralem Pjanic appears to have forced Pereyra out of contention.
Gudiolin, who previously signed Pereyra when he was in charge of Udinese in 2011, is hoping to take advantage of the situation as he looks to enhance his Swansea squad.
Reports claim that the Welsh side would have to pay around £14million to secure a deal, although West Ham and Watford are also understood to be keen.