Striker pondering options
Swansea City striker Wilfried Bony is said to be considering his options following the departure of manager Michael Laudrup earlier this week, according to Sports Direct News.
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The Ivorian only joined the club over the summer for a club record fee of around £12m, and is reportedly unhappy with the manner in which Laudrup left the club on Tuesday.
Bony insists that he had options to join much bigger clubs when deciding where to play, and claims that the opportunity to work with the Danish legend was too good to turn down.
A number of European sides have continued to monitor his progress this season, including Borussia Dortmund, who are keen to find a replacement for the Bayern Munich bound Robert Lewandowski, and Bony is said to be contemplating a swift exit at the end of the campaign.
Bony has found the net seven times in the Premier League so far, though they are a long way from displaying the kind of form that won them so many plaudits last season.
Furthermore, Laudrup’s departure could see a number of the club’s other star players seek a move away, including Michu, who has recently been linked with the likes of Tottenham and Arsenal.