As revealed by Goal.com, Sunderland and Swansea are in advanced talks in a deal which is thought to be worth around the £5 million mark. However, Swansea want to bring in a new forward before they sell the 26-year-old.
"In the end it's always about the balance of the team. Of course it is important as well what the players feel. It's a combination of everything about the player, about the club and about the team," Laudrup told the Daily Mirror.
"In the end you make a decision and that's it. But Danny is 100 per cent professional in training and in games. We do not know what will happen - he may leave, he may stay.
"We have to find the best solution for everybody."
The club have been linked with a £3m move for Stoke City striker Kenwyne Jones as a replacement for Graham, but it is believed that a fee of around £4.5m would be needed to persuade Stoke to part with Jones.