Spanish clubs Rayo Vallecano and Granada have made enquiries to sign Swansea City forward Michu.

Swansea manager Garry Monk has said that he

does not think Michu will play for the Premier League club again.

The Spaniard, 29, spent last season on loan at Napoli in Italy, but injuries limited him to five games.

“We will always be interested in Michu, whether we’ll be able to make that transfer happen is another thing,” said Rayo director Felipe Minambres.

Michu was a

£2m signing

from Rayo in July 2012 – scoring 22 goals in 43 games in his first season at the Liberty Stadium – and has a year remaining on his contract.

But it is understood Rayo cannot afford to pay the transfer fee required to release Michu from his deal.

Reports suggest the only possibility to re-sign the forward would be for Swansea to agree a free transfer.

Granada are also in talks with Swansea and a move there would mean a reunion with former Rayo coach Jose Ramon Sandoval.

A Granada spokesperson said: “The club are very interested in the player, but it’s just one offer to add to the many he already has.

“It will be the footballer himself who decides whether he’ll be interested in joining us or not.”