Swansea City have reportedly made an approach for Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony in an attempt to bring the Ivorian back to the club, as reported by the Sun.
Bony, who spent last season on loan at fellow Premier League side Stoke City, where he scored two goals in 10 league games, is reportedly out-of-favour at the Etihad and with boss Pep Guardiola, as per the Sun.
The story of Swansea’s interest in the forward, which was also reported by footmercato, has come about after the club reportedly made an enquiry for the former Vitesse man.
However, according to footmercato, the Swans also face competition for the player, as Fenerbache, Besiktas, Marseille, West Brom and Everton are all reportedly interested in making a move for Ivory Coast international.
Should Swansea end up getting a deal for Bony over the line, it’ll certainly be worthwhile to see if the forward can replicate the partnership he had with midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson last time out.