Only last week West Brom manager Tony Pulis confirmed to BBC of Swansea's interest in winger Nacer Chadli. However, the trail has gone cold since then. Swansea undoubtedly are in need of a player who would replace the goals and assists provided by Gylfi Sigurdsson, and it seems Paul Clement is looking for a winger.
Enter Kevin Mirallas, Nacer Chadli's international teammate. The Belgian who signed a new contract at the end of last season has played just 13 minutes in the League for the Toffees this season.
Hajduk Split's Croatian midfielder Josip Radosevic (L) vies with Everton's Belgian striker Kevin Mirallas
Everton boss Ronald Koeman left the winger out of the squad against Chelsea due to his 'attitude', with Olympiacos linked with a move for the 29-year-old (as reported by the Liverpool Echo).
The international has the tendency to be frustrating, but on his day he has the potential to be unplayable. Despite just 23 starts in the League last term, the former Saint-Etienne man had 4 goals and 6 assists to his name. Comparing his stats to Nacer Chadli, who had 5 goals and 5 assists in 27 starts in the League for West Brom.
With 10 goals in 56 matches for his country, Mirallas also boasts better goalscoring stats than his international teammate Chadli, who has just four goals in 36 games.
It is unclear whether Everton would be willing to sell the winger, but Swansea would be well-served testing their resolve by putting in a bid for the former Olympiacos man.