Last Updated: Thu, 13 Jun 2013 15:43
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup is planning on staying at the club, despite his agent severing ties with the Swans.
Bayram Tutumlu has been involved in a number of deals to take players to the Liberty Stadium since Laudrup succeeded Brendan Rodgers in the summer of 2012. Laudrup lead Swansea to their highest ever finish and the Dane will be looking to get the Welsh club inside the top ten once again next season.
However, Tutumlu has been told his services are no longer required, with Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins looking to take their transfer policy in a different direction.
Laudrup's future in South Wales has been called into question as a result, as he looks for added funds to try and push the club into Europe and the top six.
Despite the potential transfer problems, Laudrup is adamant he is staying with the club and is looking for a big season next year.
He said: "It is their (Jenkins' and Tutumlu's) mutual problem. It does not affect my relationship with Bayram. And it does not alter my decision to stay at Swansea.
"The only thing I'm interested in his having the best players available in the next season."
Despite the off-field problems at the Liberty Stadum, punters might fancy using their free bet to back Swansea to secure a top six finish next season.
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