Swansea are not letting Wilfried Bony leave for a cheap as the club have set a price tag minimum of £25million, with the intention to ward off interest from Arsenal and Liverpool, Express reveals.

Both the Premier League giants have been monitoring the Ivory Coast international for quite some time, but the pair have not yet put in a formal offer.

Bony has been in great form this season, scoring 25 goals in all competitions for the Swans, therefore making him one of Europe’s most in demand strikers.

The former Vitesse Arnhem star moved to the Liberty Stadium for £12-million, where he played his first Premier League season, but could leave for twice the amount he was purchased for.

Garry Monk will surely want to keep his prized asset in his starting line up, but the striker has reveal earlier that he would be interested in joining a club which could offer him European football.

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  • Johnjubal
    7 months ago

    He’s worth every penny and more! Next season he will get more, no matter who he plays for! He is happy at Swansea City with 3 years on his contract still to run, and my hope he stay’s and everyone is put off by the price tag! It would be great to see him and Michu paring up, even for just one season. I think it’s going to be a great year for the Swans if they do!

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