Citizens put £13 million price tag on Wilfried Bony

By Daily Sports on August 7, 2017

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Swansea City will have to pay £13 million if they are to re-sign Manchester City forward Wilfried Bony, according to Sunday Mirror Sports.

The Citizens will hold out for the right offer having paid £28 million for the forward in January 2015.

Fenerbahce, Besiktas and unknown Chinese club are said to challenge the Swans for Bony's signature, but it is understood that the Ivory Coast international is keen on a return to the Liberty Stadium.

Bony enjoyed great success in Wales and was the leading scorer in the Premier League in 2014, bagging 20 goals in the calendar year.

The 28-year-old rejected a move to China 12 months ago, deciding instead to go on-loan to Stoke City, but found life difficult with the Potters.

•Photo shows Wilfried Bony.

Source Daily Sports

Posted August 7, 2017


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