Sunderland yet to play hand over chase of Liberty Stadium star.
Swansea City have yet to receive a formal bid for striker Danny Graham despite reports that Sunderland are set to completed a £4million swoop.
Speaking at his pre-match briefing, Swansea manager Michael Laudrup refused to rule out selling in-form striker Graham, who netted in the 2-0 Capital One Cup win over Chelsea on Wednesday, this month but revealed that Sunderland have yet to play their hand.
Relegation threatened QPR and Reading are also said to be interested in Graham, who has spent a large chunk of the season on the bench as back up to 16-goal striker Michu, but have also yet to declare a formal interest.
“We have not had an official offer from a club for us to say yes or no to. We have not got that,” Laudrup told reporters ahead of Swansea’s trip to Everton.
“Danny is a good player, he is scoring goals now and we are in the transfer window. But it is the same at other clubs. My experience from when I was in Spain is there are a lot of talks and rumours in the first three and a half weeks (of the window) and a few things get done.
“But then in the last few days or even in the final 10 hours, everything goes nuts. It is like a final sale at the shops so I think it will be the same here, a lot of rumours and talks and then things will get done in the final four or five days.”
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