The club are reportedly leading the race to sign the England Under-21 international from the Championship side during January, although chairman Huw Jenkins on Thursday denied a move was close to completion.
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"I can't really say much about that," Laudrup said when asked about the possibility of Ince moving to Swansea.
"He's a talent but I mean there's still a long way to go, it's one thing playing in the Championship another to play in the Premiership.
"He's a talent for the future, whoever picks him up and signs him. I think there's a lot of talks and rumours, a lot of things said."
Laudrup also stressed that signing a winger is not a priority, despite several of his wide players being sidelined due to injury.
He said: "No, it's not a question of if we need a wide player. We have four wide plus a fifth, [Alejandro] Pozuelo, who can play there, he had a very good game at Old Trafford.
"Three of the four are out, [Roland] Lamah, [Nathan] Dyer and Pablo [Hernandez], they will be back soon we'll back to four again."
Ince's contract expires at the end of the season and the 21-year-old has been linked a host of top-flight clubs as well as wealthy Ligue 1 outfit Monaco.