Speculation has mounted that Laudrup will be leaving Swansea.
Big spending Paris St Germain look set to approach Swansea boss Michael Laudrup about replacing Carlo Ancelotti at the French champions according to the Daily Mirror.
Laudrup has recently fallen out with Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins over the clubs transfer budget this summer and PSG believe that the Dane will be ready to walk out of the Welsh club for the riches available in Paris.
The Dane has recently insisted that he will stay at Swansea this summer but a move to PSG would be very tempting.
The French champions look set to finally let Carlo Ancelotti leave for Real Madrid and they believe that they have found a replacement in the form of Laudrup.
PSG had moved for Tottenham boss Andre Vilas Boas but the Portuguese manager has said that he is unwilling to leave Spurs after just one season.
Now the club have lined up Laudrup, who had a highly successful first season at Swansea, winning the League Cup and securing a top half finish in the Premier League.
With the rift with Swansea now sizeable and the riches available at PSG, the Dane may decide it is time to test himself at one of the biggest clubs in Europe.