HUW Jenkins is set to meet with Michael Laudrup's agent next week to thrash out the future of Swansea City.
The two are poised for talks with Laudrup growing concerned that Swansea have so far failed to land his summer transfer targets.
Swansea's close season spending is certain to be high on the agenda when Jenkins meets Bayram Tutumlu, the man who represents Laudrup.
But the Dane's future at the Liberty is also sure to be mentioned.
Tutumlu said yesterday that Laudrup has pledged to stay at Swansea because of promises he made to players.
He said the Dane is determined to build on the success of his first year at the Liberty, which saw him guide Swansea to a ninth-place Premier League finish and Capital One Cup success.
"Michael Laudrup is going to stay at Swansea City because he promised the players that he was going to stay," he said on Twitter.
"For Michael Laudrup, his word is more important than other things." Even so, Laudrup is privately unhappy with Swansea's progress in the transfer market.
Adding firepower to his squad was the Dane's main summer priority.
It is thought Laudrup was keen to bring in two new forwards, but he is in danger of missing out on a host of players on his striking shortlist.
Celta Vigo frontman Iago Aspas is on the verge of completing a £7.7 million move to Liverpool, while German giants Borussia Dortmund are believed to be tracking another Swansea target, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Romelu Lukaku may now stay at Chelsea rather than spend another season on loan elsewhere, and there are fears Roberto Martinez will take Arouna Kone with him to Everton if he becomes the next manager at Goodison.
Laudrup is keen to add quality to his squad as he prepares for a demanding season that could see Swansea's workload significantly increased by their Europa League campaign.
Swansea have cash available, but the board have always been prudent when it comes to finances and may be reluctant to sanction the type of big-money transfers Laudrup wants.
Meanwhile, former Swansea manager Kenny Jackett has been appointed new manager of League One side Wolves, three weeks after resigning as Millwall boss.
And ex-Swansea midfielder Owain Tudur Jones will switch from Inverness Caledonian to Hibernian after agreeing a two-year contract at Easter Road.