DUTCH side FC Twente have admitted they are prepared to sell striker Luc Castaignos to Swansea City.
Swansea are believed to have tabled an offer of around £6.5 million for the former Inter Milan forward.
And Twente have now confirmed they have reached an agreement over a fee with Swansea - and that no other club have come in for Castaignos at this stage.
However, the Evening Post understands that despite Swansea's interest in the player, no deal is imminent.
New Swansea boss Garry Monk has been monitoring Castiagnos, but at this stage there is no guarantee that he will end up at the Liberty.
Twente could be keen to get a deal done as they have financial concerns.
"The choice is always up to the player, but the clubs can work it out," said Twente chairman Joop Munsterman.