Everton have reportedly reached a deal with Swansea over a transfer for midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, however the Iceland internationals salary demands could still see negotiations break.
According to reports, the 27-year-old Sigurdsson is demanding wages of £120,000-a-week and Everton probably will not be willing to accept such demands.
Sigurdsson, who has won the Swansea Player of the year Award for the past two consecutive seasons, was in impressive form for his side this season as they helped them avoid relegation.
During the campaign, the Iceland international scored nine goals and assisted with 13. Though his boss Paul Clement has encouraged him to stay rather than move to another club and fight for a place in the first team, it would be surprising if Sigurdsson remains a Swansea player next season.
He will be a good addition to the Everton team who will aim to win a place in the Champions League next season as well as compete in the Europa League.