SWANSEA City are pressing on with the search for new recruits as they attempt to put their clash with Michael Laudrup's agent to one side.
Tensions between the club's owners and Bayram Tutumlu erupted on Wednesday night after the Evening Post broke the news that Swansea had severed all ties with Laudrup's long-time representative.
Tutumlu responded with a stinging attack on Huw Jenkins — yet Laudrup insists the problems between his right-hand man and his employers will not affect his position at the Liberty.
Swansea's owners are also keen to stress that their relationship with Laudrup remains healthy despite the recent turbulent spell.
And the club have indicated that they hope to have some positive news soon as they bid to bolster the playing staff ahead of next season's Europa League campaign.
Laudrup is currently on holiday in Majorca — he was pictured yesterday alongside Tutumlu, tennis star Rafa Nadal and former Aston Villa chairman Doug Ellis among others — but Jenkins is back in Britain after his own summer break and is working hard on potential signings.
Swansea are hopeful of concluding some sort of deal for Jonathan de Guzman after he spent last season on loan at the Liberty Stadium.
Swansea have been negotiating for some time with Villarreal and, if no fee can be agreed, it could be that the Dutch international midfielder returns for a second loan stint.
And Swansea say they are trying to push through further deals having kicked off their summer rebuilding work by signing Jose Canas last week.
It is thought Jenkins has spent much of this week meeting various agents in a bid to secure new faces.
The top priority for Swansea is to strengthen their forward line, with Laudrup making it clear to the club that he is not happy with his current options in attack.
Birmingham City wideman Nathan Redmond has emerged as a possible target for Swansea.
The highly-rated teenager, who has been away with the England Under-21s this summer, could be available for a cut-price £2 million as he has only a year to run on his contract and the Blues are in need of cash.
Swansea have also been linked with Espanyol pair Wakaso and Jordi Amat.
Ghana international Wakaso is a left-sided midfield player who has been touted as a summer target for Everton, Juventus and Inter Milan.
The 22-year-old made his La Liga debut as a Villarreal player in 2011 but established himself in the Spanish top flight with Espanyol last season.
Centre-back Amat, meantime, spent last term on loan at Rayo Vallecano, where he established himself as a regular in defence and hit the headlines for scoring a goal from close to the halfway line.
Swansea have brushed off fresh speculation in France that Laudrup could be a target for Paris St Germain if, as seems likely, Carlo Ancelotti leaves them for Real Madrid.
French paper L'Equipe suggested PSG had spoken to Laudrup about his availability, but Swansea say they know nothing about any interest.
PSG have been previously mentioned as one of a host of clubs who are interested in Laudrup.
Swansea forward Leroy Lita, meanwhile, has been mentioned as a possible target for new Wolves boss Kenny Jackett.