Ajax boss Frank de Boer has appeared to issue a come-and-get-me-plea to Swansea after claiming he would want to do “something beautiful” for the Swans.
The Swans remain managerless following the sacking of Garry Monk, and a string of high-profile names, including David Moyes and former boss Brendan Rodgers, have distanced themselves from the vacancy.
The Swans were also heavily linked with Marcelo Bielsa last month, but with nothing concrete materialising, De Boer – who has previously been linked with Newcastle and Liverpool – admits he would listen to any offer the Welsh club.
“First you have to see what the plan is at a club and what I and the people I would take with me could add to it,” De Boer said.
“The last club I was linked with was Swansea City. I have had no contact with them at this time.”
De Boer says he would be willing to discuss the vacancy with the club as long as they proved their ambitions to him.
“But what if these people paint me a pretty picture that they are in that category of clubs with which I could do something beautiful? Like clubs such as Tottenham and Liverpool,” revealed De Boer.
“Those are the sort of clubs with which you would want to work. But the most important thing would be the feeling I get.”