Michael Laudrup has told the chairman of Swansea City that he is committed to his contract at the club despite speculation linking him with a move away.
Laudrup's future had been fast into further doubt last night when it was revealed that the club had decided not to do any further business with Laudrup's agent Bayram Tutumlu over what they described as interference in the club's transfer policy.
Tutumlu hit back at the accusations saying he had spent a lot of moneytrying to help the club and that his relationship with Laudrup wouldnot change.
ITV News has tonight learnt that Laudrup and chairman Huw Jenkins have today held lengthy discussions in which the Dane confirmed his intention to honour his contract and stay at the club.
Michael Laudrup is motivated by personal endeavour, not mass-market triumphalism, writes Nick Hartley.
Swansea City have cut ties with the man responsible for brokering the deal that brought manager Michael Laudrup to the Liberty Stadium.