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Wilfried Bony's agent has confirmed to Sky Sports that there is interest from England in his client.

Last Updated: 09/11/12 at 18:33 Post Comment

Wilfried Bony: Attracting interest from England

Wilfried Bony: Attracting interest from England

The Vitesse Arnhem striker is currently the top scorer in Holland with 12 goals in 11 starts, and a host of clubs are checking on his progress.

Chelsea and Aston Villa have both been linked with the player, and Francis Kacou has admitted they are keen.

"There is interest in the player from the Premier League, Chelsea, Aston Villa included," he confirmed.

The player himself admitted that a move to Chelsea would be a dream, due to the link with Didier Drogba.

Bony said: "My agent is dealing with all enquiries but being linked with Chelsea is a dream come true, they are a very big club, and my hero Drogba was there!"

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