Swansea and Man City strike Bony fee agreement

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 25, 2017

Swansea City are weighing up a move to re-sign striker Wilfried Bony from Manchester City, according to reports.

The South Wales side are interested in taking the Ivory Coast worldwide back to the Liberty Stadium two and a half years after selling him to the Citizens for £28.5m.

Following Guardiola's arrival last summer, Bony was immediately dispatched on loan to Stoke City, but didn't feature during the second half of the campaign after scoring two in his first 10 league outings for the Potters.

The Swans did reject offers for Llorente during the January transfer window, and a move for Bony could be seen as insurance should Llorente leave.

Bony, himself, has previously shown he can score goals in the Premier League - after netting 35 times in 70 matches during a spell with Swansea between 2013 and 2015.

He scored 34 goals in all competitions for the Swans before his move to City.

Bony's high wages at City were thought to be a stumbling block for a potential return to the Liberty Stadium, though Swansea could soon have more money if midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson joins Everton.

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