Swansea is in for a tough fight to keep hold of Capital One Cup final hero and Wales Captain Ashley Williams. The Swansea skipper lifted the League Cup trophy at Wembley after a resounding 5-0 victory over League Two minnows Bradford City, but may not find himself at the club when the Swans plays their first match in the Europa League the coming season.
Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham have all have been keeping tabs on the imposing 28-year-old and if a decent offer comes in, then the Swans may be tempted to sell him.
Michu is definitely not available but other players are replaceable and may be sold to bring in cash so that manager Michael Laudrup can buy reinforcements to upgrade during the close season to meet the demands of the Europa League.
Williams would add strength and guile to the centre of any defence in the Premier League and does not turn 29 until end of August, implying he still has several years left at the highest level.
Swansea would obviously love to keep hold of the Wales international but he is the player who is likely to bring in the most cash and they may reluctantly part company, provided they can then find a younger replacement.