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The Swans Chairman Huw Jenkins has said that the club has not had any contact with Manchester City or Chelsea despite all the speculation in the press that both clubs want to sign Swansea striker Wilfried Bony.

The 26-year-old plays his last game at Loftus Road on New Year’s Day when struggling QPR take on Swansea before leaving to represent the Ivory Coast in the African Cup of Nations.

Jenkins when speaking to the Daily Mail said he had not been contacted by either club and knows nothing about a possible £30 million bid.

“There has been no enquiry to me or the club about Wilfried Bony. We are in the same position as any other club. Things are as they are. No one wants to lose players and if you are to lose players it has to be for the right offer. Bigger clubs than us have to deal with that – it’s the nature of football these days. We are realistic about that. It’s important to remember we are talking about a player who has scored more goals in 2014 than any other, including people who cost a lot of money.”