Swansea City's chairman has admitted that the club have a plan in place should Michael Laudrup leave. Speaking on BBC Radio Wales' Back Page, Huw Jenkins said he "wouldn't be doing their jobs if they didn't have some idea of who... will suit Swansea City."
Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester City are all being touted as potential destinations for Laudrup, whose current deal at the Liberty Stadium runs until the summer of 2014.
Swansea's Capital One Cup triumph, marked by last week's victory parade through the city centre, has only increased the amount of attention on Laudrup, who has also guided the Welsh club into the top half of the Barclays Premier League.
Jenkins has made it plain previously he would like to sort out an extended contract, and further talks are scheduled with the 48-year-old's agent in the coming weeks.