Wilfried Bony looks to be on his way out of Manchester City and there are several clubs interested in him.
The English media report Swansea City, his former club, are serious contenders to sign the Manchester City outcast.
After his loan at Stoke City last season, Bony looks surplus to requirements at Manchester City, and he’s expected to leave the club before the window closes this week.
According to the Mirror, Swansea City could sign Bony for £13m, after selling him to Manchester City for £28m in 2015.
Paul Clement will be looking to bolster their attacking options after the recent departure of Gylfi Sigurdsson, and the Swansea City boss could look to bring Bony back the Liberty Stadium.
Russian sports daily Sport Express, well-known for their close ties with Spartak Moscow, have confirmed the Russian champions are also interested in the Manchester City player.
Their management said earlier this month they will be looking to add to their squad before the window closes. After their failed attempt to sign Brazilian attacker Luan, Spartak Moscow are determined not to lose out on Bony.
Swansea City will be hoping to convince Bony by offering him the chance to remain in the Premier League, but with Spartak Moscow in the Champions League group stage, this could also prove tempting to the forward.