Swansea City must cough up £6 million to land on-loan Hoffenheim winger Gylfi Sigurdsson permanently.

And even if boss Brendan Rodgers finds the money, he faces competition from European heavyweights Inter Milan and Juventus, plus Aston Villa and Spain's Malaga, says the Mirror.

Sigurdsson's German club Hoffenheim have told Swansea officials they are in no mood to strike a cut-price deal for the Icelandic midfielder.