Sporx claim Swansea City have rejected Besiktas’ loan offer for Wilfried Bony as they’ve insisted they only want a permanent deal.

Yesterday it was reported in the Turkish press that Besiktas are keen on signing Bony and that the Swansea City player had agreed personal terms with the Turkish club.

The Turkish side are said to have offered €2m to Swansea for a season-long loan deal for Bony and that the Yellow Canaries also want to include a €4m redemption clause.

However, Sporx report Swansea City officials have rejected the loan offer as they are looking to get €6m from the Turkish club on a permanent transfer.

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According to the claims, Besiktas officials are currently considering Swansea City’s demands and may offer to pay the €6m in instalments.

It’s been reported Besiktas manager Senol Gunes is keen to add a striker to his squad and Bony is on his shortlist. The Turkish club have also been linked with a move for West Brom’s Solomon Rondon.