West Brom are standing firm over their decision not to sell Nacer Chadli this summer, the Express and Star report.
Swansea have identified the Belgian international as a direct replacement for Gylfi Sigurdsson, who is closing in on his much-anticipated move to Everton this summer.
The Baggies remain determined to keep hold of the player with Tony Pulis making him a key part of the club’s plans going forward.
The report does suggest that bids in the region of £25 million could tempt the Baggies into selling, but only if they had a direct replacement for the player lined up in advance.
Chadli was the subject of a high-profile bust up with Pulis, which cast doubts over his future at the club.
However, it is now believed that the pair have resolved their differences and the player no longer wants to move this summer.
The Baggies have signed Jay Rodríguez and defender Ahmed Hegazy this summer.