Swansea City are willing to part company with £16 million to bring former striker Wilfried Bony back to the club from Manchester City, according to The Mirror.
The Ivory Coast international was a revelation at the Liberty Stadium and as such was snapped up by the highly-flying Manchester club.
However, with the presence of Sergio Aguero a key reason, Bony was struggled for game time since moving to the Etihad Stadium.
With Pep Guardiola arriving at the club this summer, the African powerhouses is being tipped to leave City and the Swans are eager to resign him.
Swansea have struggled in attack since Bony left and signing him again would surely be an exciting and popular move among the Welsh fans.
Bony will surely be keen to play week in, week out once more and as such a return to the Liberty Stadium for a fee that is less than Swansea sold him for seems to suit all parties.