Bony Set For Imminent Manchester City Move

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Manchester City are set to complete the signing of Swansea City’s Wilfried Bony within the next few days, according to the striker’s agent Francis Kacou.
Manager Manuel Pellegrini is in desperate need to recruit a striker with both Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko on the sidelines through injury.
Therefore, the news from Kacou regarding Bony’s proposed move will be music to the ears of the Chilean, although he will have to wait until after the African Cup of Nations where the 26-year-old will represent Ivory Coast.
Kacou told Sky Sports: “It’s about some small details about money but I think things will go all right in a few days.
“I will fly with him to Abu Dhabi and let’s see what will happen.”
The deal is expected to cost City around å£30million, according to BBC Sport, which will give Swansea their highest sale in history.
The Welsh club’s previous record was set by Joe Allen following his å£15million move to Liverpool in 2012.
Although Swansea will be losing their star man upfront, the fees coming in will allow boss Garry Monk to strengthen his squad in other areas.

Manchester City are set to complete the signing of Swansea City’s Wilfried Bony within the next few days, according to the striker’s agent Francis Kacou.

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Manager Manuel Pellegrini is in desperate need to recruit a striker with both Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko on the sidelines through injury.

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Therefore, the news from Kacou regarding Bony’s proposed move will be music to the ears of the Chilean, although he will have to wait until after the African Cup of Nations where the 26-year-old will represent Ivory Coast.

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Kacou told Sky Sports: “It’s about some small details about money but I think things will go all right in a few days.

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“I will fly with him to Abu Dhabi and let’s see what will happen.”

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The deal is expected to cost City around å£30million, according to BBC Sport, which will give Swansea their highest sale in history.

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The Welsh club’s previous record was set by Joe Allen following his å£15million move to Liverpool in 2012.

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Although Swansea will be losing their star man upfront, the fees coming in will allow boss Garry Monk to strengthen his squad in other areas.

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