Last season, one of the biggest surprises in the Premier League was Michu, the incredibly gifted attacking midfielder who set the Premier League on fire with a flurry of goals for Swansea City. And all for just a £2million signing from Spain.
For the upcoming season, there’s going to be a lot more expectation about Swansea’s record-breaking transfer signing Wilfried Bony, who was signed from Vitesse Arnhem for £12.5million. The Ivory Coast striker won the golden boot for scoring the most number of goals in the Dutch Eredivisie last season. But can he deliver the same in the Premier League? We’ll have to wait and see.
To get acquainted with Wilfried Bony, here’s the 31 goals he scored last season:
Since Swansea don’t have a designated penalty kick taker, maybe Bony could be their new marksman? That is if Swansea are awarded any penalties in the league next season. Last season, not one referee awarded them a single penalty in the entire 2012-13 Premier League season.