According to AS, Swansea City have made a €4m offer for Valencia winger Pablo Hernandez.
The 27-year-old is already believed to have spoken to Swansea manager Michael Laudrup, whom he played under when the pair were at Getafe, and given his consent to the move.
The Welsh club are now awaiting a response from Valencia, who are reluctant to sell the Spanish international, but an increased bid of €5m may well force Los Che to consider changing their minds.
Valencia boss Mauricio Pellegrino has given Pablo plenty of playing time during pre-season, yet it is generally accepted that Sofiane Feghouli is ahead of him in the pecking order and a renewed offer could clinch the deal.
Pablo is product of Valencia’s youth system and is in his second spell with the club, having spent the 2007-08 season with Getafe after being included as part of the agreement that brought defender Alexis to Mestalla.