Blackpool boss Ian Holloway is still in contention for the Swansea City job.

The Guardian says Swansea hope to appoint a successor to Brendan Rodgers by the end of this week from a shortlist headed by Holloway and Michael Laudrup.

Jenkins has been in Cyprus for the past week but has spoken to the former Denmark international Laudrup about a possible move to the Liberty Stadium and, despite denials of an approach to Holloway by the Blackpool chairman, Karl Oyston, the Tangerines' manager is in contention for the job.