West Ham and Swansea City are interested in Manchester City striker Wilfried Bony, according to the Daily Star.
The Ivorian hitman signed for City from the Swans last year for £25m but has struggled for form and playing time at the Etihad ever since.
The Daily Star claims Swansea want to bring him back to the Liberty Stadium for £15m, but City are holding out for around £20m.
The Hammers are also interested in the 27-year-old striker, with the club sounding out potential big name striker signings ahead of the move to the Olympic Stadium.
And with Pep Guardiola expected to make a number of changes at the Etihad when he officially replaces Manuel Pellegrini this summer, it is believed Bony will be one of the players put on the transfer list.
Bony has proven himself to be a top striker since arriving in the Premier League, netting 31 goals in 85 top-flight appearances – finding the net every 2.7 games.
We were linked with a move for Bony before he eventually signed for Swansea in July 2013, but Sam Allardyce later admitted he decided to sign Andy Carroll that summer instead.
Transfermarkt.com value Bony at £17.25m.