Despite a disastrous loan spell at Stoke City, Manchester City forward Wilfried Bony is still a man in demand, according to an exclusive report in Sunday’s edition of The Sun.
Bony has recently criticised Potters boss Mark Hughes after being frozen out of the team, where he has made just nine Premier League starts this season and scored one goal. A poor return for a prolific striker who was one of the Premier League’s most lethal forwards during his Swansea days.
West Ham are reported to lead the race for Bony, but West Brom are also keen on a proven goal scorer, while Everton are monitoring the 28-year-old in the event that star striker Romelu Lukaku leaves the club, as is becoming increasingly likely.
City will have to take a hit on the £25 million they invested in Bony, who never settled at the Etihad, but with several clubs interested in acquiring him, should be able to recoup a decent amount for a player who was the Premier League’s top scorer in the 2014 calendar year.