Swansea have make it clear to potential suitors that Michu is not for sale this summer.
Swansea City manager Garry Monk confirmed in a recent press conference that Michu is still coping with an ankle injury and will not be available for the weekend visit of Aston Villa.
Michu is continuing to suffer with an ankle injury that has cost the player most of his season. He is expected to miss out again this weekend against Newcastle United.
Michu finally returned to the pitch in the 63rd minute against West Brom today.
In a recent press conference, Garry Monk would not confirm the availability of Michu for Swansea City in their weekend match against West Bromwich Albion, but that he will "make a judgement on him tomorrow."
Michu is back in training with Swansea City's first team this week, with an eye on playing some part in their weekend match against West Bromwich Albion.
Garry Monk had indicated during the buildup to Swansea City's FA Cup match against Everton that his star midfielder Michu could feature, but the Spanish playmaker did not so much as make the bench as he continues to work toward playing for the first time in over two months.
Swansea striker, Michu, is recovering well from ankle surgery and could be fit to return against rivals Cardiff City, in three weeks' time.
According to Phil Cadden via Twitter, "Michael Laudrup confirms Michu to have ankle op and out for six weeks."
According to Phil Cadden via Twitter, "Michu a doubt for Everton game and will need an ankle op(eration) at some point."
Swansea Michu (real name: Miguel Pérez Cuesta) expressed his desire to move to a title contender during the January transfer window.
Both Michu and Wilfried Bony could make the squad for Swansea City as they get set to face Hull City tonight, but it would only be in a bench role.
When asked about the status of Michu, Michael Laudrup stated "Let's say he could be back for Monday but he will definitely not be match fit, so we have to bring him back in carefully."
Michu is set to return to training for Swansea City this week, as he works his way back to fitness from ankle ligament damage, but is a serious doubt to be ready for their midweek clash with Newcastle United.