Everton have revived their interest in signing Swansea’s Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Sigurdsson was tracked by the Blues last summer following Ronald Koeman’s arrival but they were unable to secure his release from the Welsh club.
Both the Everton manager and director of football Steve Walsh are known admirers of the Iceland international, who returned to the Liberty Stadium in 2014.
Swansea remain unwilling to sell Sigurdsson but the South Wales Evening Post claim that Goodison Park officials remain undeterred in their efforts.
Koeman previously prised Ashley Williams away from the Swans last summer but is likely to face stronger opposition for the 27-year-old from a host of interested parties.
Leicester City, Roma and Inter Milan have all been credited with actively monitoring the future of ex-Tottenham midfielder Sigurdsson.