Everton and West Ham United are ready to make a summer move for Swansea City midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, with the Welsh side valuing the Iceland international at £30 million, according to The Daily Star.
The former Tottenham Hotspur playmaker has been a are bright spark for the Liberty Stadium side and will be crucial in his club’s chances of avoiding Premier League relegation this season.
Sigurdsson has been a creative spark for Swansea, with a host of other English sides reportedly ready to bid for him this summer.
Everton boss Koeman is set to be given money to spend at the end of the campaign, with the Dutch trainer admitting recently that he wants to add more quality to the Goodison Park squad.
There is speculation over the future of Ross Barkley at the Merseyside club, with Sigurdsson looking like an ideal potential replacement should the England international head towards the exit door.
West Ham are also thought to be in the running to land the Icelander, with the Hammers also signing Andre Ayew from Swansea last summer.
Sigurdsson’s future will surely be dictated by whether his current club stay in the Premier League this season or not.