The Dutch stopper has been in eye-catching form since his move to the Liberty Stadium in August, with the 28-year-old keeping six clean sheets in 11 home games this seasonSwansea director John van Zweden has revealed that Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham are interested in goalkeeper Michel Vorm.
The Dutch stopper has been in great form for his side this season, with the Liberty Stadium becoming a fortress for the Welsh club with six clean sheets from 11 games at home.
Vorm in particular has played a crucial role in the team's fine start to their maiden Premier League campaign, including a penalty save as Swansea drew with Wigan at the start of the season, with the 28-year-old's performances attracting the interest of a number of top sides.
"A number of clubs have approached us about [Michel] Vorm," Van Zweden told Voetbal International.
"Manchester United have called, while Chelsea have made an approach as well. Tottenham Hotspur have also told us that they're interested. Vorm's departure would be a nightmare for us though."
Vorm joined the Swans from Dutch side Utrecht in August for a fee of £1.5 million, and he has quickly become a key member of Brendan Rodgers' side.
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