One of the stars of Euro 2012, Denmark's Michael Krohn-Dehli, has admitted he would be attracted by a move to Swansea City.
However, French club Evian have emerged as favourites for the winger's signature.
The 29-year-old has just one year left on his contract at Brondby and a number of clubs are understood to be interested.
"I'm aware of the interest from clubs here and there, but we are still at a very informal stage," he told BT.
"I still have a year left on my contract with Brondby and will be giving my all to Brondby as long as I'm here."
He admitted he would be open to the idea of joining Swansea after being connected with a link-up under Michael Laudrup.
"Everyone knows how Laudrup wants to play his football and his style is something that would fit me well. But, it is hard for me to relate to the speculation of rumours," he said.
"I'm not picky and the transfer window is open for a long time, so anything can happen. I'm ambitious and want to succeed in playing abroad."
French outfit Evian confirmed they had made an offer as they look to add to their Danish contingent with Stephan Andersen and Daniel Wass already at the club.
"We've made an initial offer but Brondby refused to accept it," sporting director Pascal Dupraz said.
"We will do everything in our power to get an agreement and are in negotiations with the player's agent. I know that Michael wants to play for Evian so now it is up to him to show how much he wants it."