HITC Sport understands Swansea are considering a move for Sheffield Wednesday forward Fernando Forestieri.
Forestieri's future at Wednesday is uncertain with the club being forced to trim their squad to reduce their wage bill and comply with financial fair play regulations.
Wednesday have yet to sign a new player this summer as Owls boss Jos Luhukay needs to raise funds and they could be forced to cash-in on Forestieri.
A number of clubs have been monitoring Forestieri's situation at Hillsborough this summer and Swansea are ready to move for the Argentine to bolster their attacking options.
Forestieri is a proven performer in the Championship having impressed for Watford and Sheffield Wednesday in the league, scoring 52 goals and providing 36 assists in 162 appearances for both clubs.
The 28-year-old missed a large chunk of last season with a knee injury, but he still managed to score five goals in 10 Championship games for Wednesday.
Wednesday are reluctant to lose their skilful attacker, but their financial situation means they would find it hard to reject an attractive offer for Forestieri.
Swansea have also been quiet in this summer's transfer window as they need to offload players before they can bring anyone new in following their relegation from the Premier League last season and they see Forestieri as a key addition to their plans as they like to lose Jordan and Andre Ayew this summer.