Gylfi Sigurdsson isn't ready to turn his back on Swansea City just yet.

The Daily Mirror says Hoffenheim midfielder Sigurdsson will hold talks with Swansea before deciding his next move.

The Iceland international was poised to make a £6.8m move to the Liberty Stadium after a successful loan spell.

But the deal was put on ice after manager Brendan Rodgers left the Welsh side to take over at Liverpool.

Sigurdsson has made no secret of his desire to follow Rodgers to Anfield but he has now offered to meet with Swansea's new manager to explain his decision.