Last Updated: Tue, 10 Apr 2012 09:33
Gylfi Sigurdsson says he may not be able to move to Swansea even if he wanted to as Hoffenheim will have the final say.
The midfielder has been a revelation since arriving at the Liberty Stadium on loan in January and Brendan Rodgers would love to sign him on a permanent basis from Hoffenheim.
It is thought that Sigurdsson himself would also be keen on a permanent move to Swansea but everything rests with the German club, who may decide he is not for sale.
Hoffenheim boss Markus Babbel has said he would like the player to return at the end of the season and Sigurdsson admits whether he moves in the summer is not a decision that will be made by him.
"I still have a couple of years left on my contract at Hoffenheim, so there is not much I can do at the moment," the Icelandic star revealed. "It's out of my hands."
Swansea are not the only club that are interested as Arsenal and Manchester United are also keen after being impressed with his performances for Brendan Rodgers' men.
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