Stoke City have finalised the loan signing of Wilfried Bony. The Manchester City striker has joined the Potters for a £2million loan fee...
Stoke City have finalised the loan signing of Wilfried Bony. The Manchester City striker has joined the Potters for a £2million loan fee with Stoke paying his £120,000-a-week wages.
Bony, whose move to City never really sparked into life, seemingly spoke about the move on Twitter on Wednesday.
The Ivorian took to Twitter for a second time after his move was formally confirmed by Stoke.
He wrote: 'Thank You to all the MCFC fans for the support & hello to @stokecity fans I look forward to a great season together'.
Bony joined City from Swansea for £28m in January 2015 but never truly established himself at the Etihad Stadium.
The 27-year-old had to make do with playing second fiddle to Sergio Aguero, but when he did get on the pitch he was largely ineffective.
Stoke's move for Bony may signal the end of their interest in signing West Brom forward Saido Berahino this summer.