Last Updated: Sat, 15 Jun 2013 15:07
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup has denied reports he is in talks with PSG over a possible move to the Ligue 1 Champions.
The Dane's future at the Liberty Stadium is in doubt after a reported dispute with the club over their summer transfer plans.
The Swans severed ties with Laudrup's agent Bayram Tutumlu this week after it was alleged he was trying to dictate the club's transfer policy.
In response to that news, speculation has increased regarding a possible approach from PSG for Laudrup's services.
Current PSG boss Carlo Ancelotti is widely expected to quit the French club this summer for Real Madrid and Laudrup has emerged as frontrunner to replace him.
The 49-year-old has moved to play down those rumours though, saying he is solely focused on Swansea.
"I'm not negotiating with PSG, I'm staying at Swansea," Laudrup said. "I've said it many times and I'm tired of repeating myself.
"I only have focus on one thing - strengthening the team so much that we can manage the tasks next season and fulfil the expectations. That's what counts for me."
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