Tony Pulis keeps cards close to chest over possible Swansea City move for Kenwyne Jones
TONY Pulis has refused to rule out the prospect of selling Kenwyne Jones to Swansea City this month.
Stoke boss Pulis has admitted there has been interest in the Potters striker, who is on Swansea's list of potential January targets.
And Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill, who wants Swansea's Danny Graham, has confirmed he is chasing a centre-forward this month.
"There is Kenwyne, there has been interest from other clubs in other players," Pulis said.
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"There is loads of stuff going on — it is the silly season. So we will let the silly season run and we will decide what is right for the football club and the players.
"We always take everything into consideration at this football club, and if it right for the players and the football club, we will do business. If not, then we'll get on with things."
O'Neill, meantime, says the Black Cats must bolster their forward line to take the pressure off top scorer Steven Fletcher.
"We need somebody to help share the goals," he said.
"We need to be looking for someone because if anything happens to Fletcher we're in a spot of bother."
Graham has been in fine form for Swansea of late, firing four goals in his last four games, but it seems boss Michael Laudrup may be prepared to let him go if he can land a suitable replacement.
"I hope Danny stays," said Swansea coach Alan Curtis yesterday.
"But it depends, there may be a couple of players coming in and Danny will assess the situation to see where he stands after that."
One player who Swansea will not contemplate selling this month is Michu.
"There are really not many clubs who could afford him," said Laudrup.
"There are some in this country, in Spain there are two — and I think Barcelona and Real Madrid have enough players.
"Italy I don't think so, they are trying to sell, and in Germany there is Bayern Munich.
"I don't know about them, but apart from that I know Michu is happy here and he wants to stay, so I am really not afraid something will happen."