Swansea City have had a £12million bid accepted for Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony, according to reports.
Bony signed for the Citizens from the Swans in January 2015 for a £25million fee possibly rising to £28million depending on performance-related targets.
The Ivorian has made 36 Premier League appearances for City over two seasons with only six goals to show, spending last season on loan at Stoke where he was equally disappointing.
However, the Daily Telegraph‘s Northern Football Correspondent James Ducker has claimed that a fee has been agreed between the clubs and that the striker’s £128,000-a-week wages will finally be off the wage bill.
— James Ducker (@TelegraphDucker) August 31, 2017