Swansea City are looking to make Jonathan De Guzman's loan spell permanent after a successful spell, but are yet to make an offer to parent club Villarreal according to Sky Sports.
Swansea have stated that they have until June 20th to decide on the future of the Dutch international. Villarreal would prefer to offload their player, following their return to the top-flight of Spanish football this season, but have not ruled out the possibility of another loan-move.
The newly promoted side are holding out for around £4.5m for their player, who made 33 appearances for Swansea last season, scoring five goals, including a brace in the historic Capital Cup victory over Bradford City.
De Guzman has publicly stated his happiness at playing in the Premier League under Michael Laudrup, forming a formidable relationship in midfield with fellow Swansea stars Wayne Routledge and Nathan Dyer. De Guzman's preference would be to remain in the Premier League, but Swansea will have to decide whether £4.5m is a worthy price for the midfielder.
De Guzman's promising form in the Swans team warranted a promotion to the Netherlands national team, and De Guzman was in action for the Dutch in their 2-0 victory over China on Tuesday.
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