The agent of Dorus de Vries is not ruling out the goalkeeper signing a new deal at Swansea.
The 28-year-old is out of contract at the Liberty Stadium this summer and has yet to sign the deal put to him by manager Roberto Martinez, fuelling speculation he was set to leave the club.
But Arnold Ooserveer claims his client has not yet decided what he wants to do and told the Western Mail: "Swansea made him an offer and there has been a final offer and Dorus is thinking about it."
He added: "Swansea want to have an answer as quickly as possible, but at the moment Dorus needs more time. They made an offer but it took seven months to come.
"He was happy to stay at Swansea but it could have been finished a long time ago and I think Dorus was disappointed with the whole situation."
Martinez has already been linked with a move for Birmingham shot-stopper Colin Doyle if de Vries snubs his offer, while he also watched Hamilton keeper Tomas Cerny on Wednesday night.
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