Huw Jenkins admits he doesn’t know where Swansea City stand with Gylfi Sigurdsson.
The Iceland international enjoyed a fine loan spell at the Liberty Stadium last season, and this resulted in a £6.8million deal being agreed with Hoffenheim for a permanent deal.
However, since then Brendan Rodgers has left the Swans to manager Liverpool, and Sigurdsson has now been tipped to follow him to Anfield.
City chairman Jenkins still hopes to resurrect a deal with the 22-year-old, but he admits he has been left in limbo over the situation in recent weeks.
"The fact is that he is Hoffenheim's player, not ours, and at this stage I have no idea whether he will be coming back to us on a permanent basis,” he told the Evening Post.
"I have got no idea what the timescale is to sort things out. As things stand, I can only assume that he will be back at Hoffenheim come the start of pre-season training."
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