Despite struggling to command a regular first team berth at Hoffenheim, Sigurdsson has been a revelation since joining Swansea City on-loan this season. The attacking midfielder has pulled the strings for Brendan Rodgers' squad, notching up quite a goal tally along the way, with seven goals to his name.
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish, Manchester United scout Martin Ferguson and Everton coach Jimmy Lumsden were reportedly in the stands for the Swans' Premier League win over Blackburn, watching as the Icelandic player put on another spectacular performance.
With interest in Sigurdsson increasing steadily, his Bundesliga parent club is keen to cash in on the player at the end of the season. As such, Hoffenheim have placed a 10 million Euro price tag on the midfielder. If a genuine bid does not materialize for Sigurdsson, an extended loan spell at Swansea could also be worked out.