English reports West Bromwich Albion and Swansea City are keen on Dimitrios Siovas have found their way to the Spanish media.
AS cover the West Brom and Swansea claims in their Saturday edition and have done a little digging to find out the situation at Leganes, and what the Spanish club know about a potential transfer.
Leganes are in the dark over the claims and AS have been informed there’s been no contact from west Brom, Swansea, or anyone else for that matter.
The Spanish side aren’t aware of any interest in Siovas and have no intention to sell their player during the January transfer window.
That means any club wanting to sign him will have to meet the buyout clause, which AS state is €11.5m.
Siovas is a 29 year old central defender who can also play in midfield. He signed for Leganes in the summer from Olympiacos, costing just €3m.
Despite a potential big profit, the Spanish club aren’t looking to cash-in just yet, and haven’t heard anything to tempt them.