Swansea are unlikely to make a move to re-sign striker Wilfried Bony from Manchester City as his wages will price them out of a deal.
The Swans are in the hunt for at least one new striker this summer following reports Alberto Paloschi looks set to make a sharp return to Italy, and Bony has been heavily linked.
Swansea are still owed a significant portion of the transfer fee that took Bony to the Etihad Stadium, but it is still thought that what City will be asking for will be too much.
Also Bony was handed a huge salary when he joined the former Premier League champions and Swansea will not be willing to match it, meaning any chance of a deal looks to be dead.
Bony looks certain to leave City and will not be short of offers, but unless he is willing to lower his wage demands by some margin, a return to the Liberty Stadium looks out of the question.