Italians want popular Dane to be their next coach.
Serie A giants Inter Milan want to appoint Swansea City head coach Michael Laudrup as their next boss, according to reports in the Sun.
The Nerazzurri are currently being managed by Walter Mazzarri, who has only been in the role at San Siro since last May.
However, it is understood that the Italian outfit already want to replace Mazzarri, and top of the club’s wish list of possible trainers to take over from the Inter coach is understood to be the Swans’ highly rated Danish manager.
Laudrup, who enjoyed a glittering playing career in the Eighties and Nineties in both the Spanish and Italian leagues, including playing for the likes of Continental heavyweights FC Barcelona, Real Madrid and Juventus, has been at the Liberty stadium now for the past two seasons, after originally arriving in South Wales from Liga outfit Real Mallorca in June 2012.
And in the intervening 16-month period in the Principality, the highly rated Dane has only gone on to further his already glowing reputation in Europe by guiding Swansea to both a top-10 finish in the Premier League in the previous campaign, as well as the club’s first-ever piece of silverware when they won the Capital One Cup at Wembley last February.