With the imminent arrival of Bafetimbi Gomis to Swansea, the future of Wilfried Bony could be concluded as the striker looks for an exit, Daily Star reports.
The Ivorian front-man was heavily linked with a move away from the club after previously declaring his desire to play for a side that can offer him European football, putting a majority of teams on high alert.
Both Arsenal and Liverpool could take this opportunity to lure the lethal attacker to their respective sides, as the Premier League pair are both involved in the Champions League next season.
Bony’s agent recently expressed his opinions on the future of his client by saying: “The next step for Bony is a top-six team in England or a top team in Germany, Spain or France, or he will stay with Swansea.”
However, nothing can be confirmed at the moment due to the player being on international duty with the Ivory Coast, but could be set for a move once the World Cup comes to an end.