Michu has been heavily linked with a move to Arsenal ever since the Gunners failed in their pursuit of Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.
Wilfried Bony hopes Michu remains at Swansea so the two can form a deadly partnership for the Swans this season, Sky Sports reports.
Michu was one of the bargain’s of last summer, scoring 22 goals for Swansea despite only costing the Swans £2 million.
He has been heavily linked with a move to Arsenal recently, with Gunners boss Arsene Wenger keen on bolstering his attacking his options by signing the prolific Spaniard.
Bony has already enjoyed playing alongside Michu so far this summer, with the pair having notched up six goals in just four games together.
The Ivorian thinks that the pair can become one of the Premier League’s most deadly strike partnership’s if Michu remains at Swansea this summer.
“I have heard the talk about Arsenal. But I hope he stays because he is very important to us,” said Bony.
“Maybe it will also help me because defenders are looking at him and that can bring more room for me.
“We have been working together and we know a little bit more every day and can be better and better with each other”.
Reports suggest that Michu would be interested in a move to Arsenal but Swansea won’t consider any bids from the Gunners unless they offer a huge transfer fee that would be impossible to turn down.