Swansea boss Alan Curtis has told reporters that the club will not be accepting any transfer bids for Ki Sung-yueng.
'He is an integral part of the team and we will do everything in our power to keep him', said the Swansea manager.
The statement was made in response to media reports that West Ham are planning to launch a €21 million bid for the Swansea midfielder.
Despite Alan Curtis's claims that Sung-yueng is not for sale, one well-placed source at the Liberty Stadium has said that the club is willing to part ways with the Swansea midfielder if an acceptable is received.
'If someone comes in with a bid of around €21 million, then I can see that being accepted.'
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