Liberty Stadium in desperate need for centre-backs.
Swansea City are attempting to lure former Arsenal defender Sol Campbell to Wales to solve their defensive crisis.
The 37-year-old is currently without a club and is training with the Gunners in an attempt to keep up his fitness levels.
As the former England international is without a contract he can sign for the Swans even outside the transfer window, according to The Sun.
The Premier League newcomers are enduring a shortage of centre-backs due to injury and currently only have captain Garry Monk and Ashley Williams fit.
Alan Tate has a broken leg and Steven Caulker injured has injured his knee.
Deadline-day signings Darnel Situ and Rafik Halliche are unable to join the club after FIFA denied them international clearance.
Campbell could be convinced to go as he is unlikely to get a better offer but Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger would love for him to stay and help train some of the youngsters at the club.