Liverpool are prepared to sell Jonjo Shelvey to Swansea City - but only if Michael Laudrup makes a £5m offer, according to the Mirror.
The Swans have opened talks with the Reds' manager Brendan Rodgers about buying the England Under-21 midfielder, who has struggled to tie down a regular place in the Anfield club's starting line-up.
Former Swansea boss Rodgers has reportedly decided that Shelvey can go as part of his club's summer shake-up, and the Welsh side see him as a player who can add bite to their slick-passing style.
Shelvey's availability has also alerted other clubs, but League Cup winners Swansea are showing the biggest interest and a compromise could be reached in the next 48 hours.
The 21-year-old signed for Liverpool from Charlton Athletic in 2010, for an initial fee of £1.7m.
He has since made 70 appearances for the Reds, scoring seven times in all competitions.
Shelvey was particularly successful in Liverpool's Europa League campaign last year, netting four times, and with the Swans due to enter the same competition for the first time this coming season, he could prove an important signing.
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