Swansea’s hopes of signing Bruno Manga from rivals Cardiff have been handed a boost after the Bluebirds admitted he could leave.
The Swans have been showing an interest in the 27-year-old, and Cardiff chairman Mehmet Dalman says the club would consider selling if the right offer came in.
The central defender joined Cardiff in 2014 for Â£5million from Ligue 1 side FC Lorient, and the Bluebirds will want more than that if they are to consider selling.
“At the right price, anything is possible. We don’t want Bruno to go, I brought him in and worked hard to do so,” Dalman told BBC Wales Sport.
“He is a quality player and we want to keep our quality players, but if someone wants to come and make a big offer for any of our players, as a business, you have to consider it.”