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Swansea City have had inquiries from other clubs about their goalkeeper Michel Vorm, whose future at the Premier League club seems uncertain.
Chairman Huw Jenkins confirmed there has been interest in the Netherlands international, who made one substitute appearance at the World Cup in Brazil.
Swansea signed Poland international Lukasz Fabianski from Arsenal in May.
His arrival increased speculation over Vorm's future, although the Dutchman is thought to be happy in Wales.
The 30-year-old joined Swansea in 2011 from FC Utrecht for £1.5m and has been the Welsh side's first-choice stopper since then, signing a new four-year deal in September 2012.
But Vorm has been linked heavily with a move to Liverpool, where Reds manager Brendan Rodgers - who brought the Dutchman to Swansea when he was in charge - is thought to be in the market to find a back-up for Simon Mignolet.
Gerhard Tremmel is the other senior goalkeeper at Swansea and it seems unlikely that there is room for the German, Vorm and Fabianski at the Liberty Stadium.