Swansea manager Alan Curtis is to decide whether to let Ki Sung-yueng leave this summer, with FC Porto at the front of the queue to land the South Korean midfielder.
During a press conference this morning, the tight-lipped Swansea boss told reporters that the club had yet to make a decision.
'As it stands, the only thing that I can say is that no decision has been made in relation to Sung-yueng's future at the club.'
Alan Curtis went on to praise the South Korean midfielder, saying that 'he is a tremendous asset to the club' and that he would 'love it if he decided to stay'.
According to sources that are close to the player, Sung-yueng is keen on making the move to the Estadio do Dragao because of family-related reasons.
The bid for Sung-yueng is expected to be in the region of €22 million.
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