Swansea have registered their interest in Ince, who could leave Blackpool this month with his contract set to expire at the end of the season.
But despite suggestions that a deal is in the pipeline, chairman Huw Jenkins has stated that Swansea are a long way from landing the former Liverpool youngster.
Now Laudrup has reiterated that he admires Ince - but offered little clue as to whether Swansea will get him this month.
When asked about the winger, Laudrup said: "A lot of things have been said, but I can't really say so much about that.
"Tom Ince is a talent. He has played for England Under-21s, but he still has a long way to go.
"One thing is playing in the Championship, another is playing in the Premier League.
"But he is a big talent for the future for whoever picks him up or signs him."
When asked whether Swansea are preparing a bid for Ince, Laudrup added: "I don't really know.
"There are a lot of rumours, a lot of things said and a lot of speculation, so let's leave it there."
Everton, Cardiff, Newcastle, Crystal Palace and Monaco are among a host of clubs who have also been linked with Ince.