Swansea City chairman Huw Jenkins admits Everton’s offer for Gylfi Sigurdsson was too good to refuse.
The Iceland international was sold to Everton last month for a £45m fee.
Jenkins explained: “It was a tough market window, we lost our best midfielders and it is difficult to replace them.
“The offer received for Sigurdsson was too high, we had to make the right choice.
“I think we did well despite the short time we had to replace him.”