Swansea City midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson is ready to reject a huge £25m move to Everton this summer, according to the Sun.
The Icelandic playmaker is said to have snubbed all overtures emanating out of Goodison Park in order to commit his future to the Welsh outfit, by agreeing a new four-year deal.
Southampton and Borussia Dortmund were also believed to be ready to land the former Hoffenheim and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder after his stunning performances for his country at EURO 2016.
It serves as a blow to Ronald Koeman, who has so far been unable to make use of the lavish funds available to him on Merseyside.
He has already been rejected by Stoke City ace Marko Arnautovic, who also opted to sign a new deal with his current charges.