Tottenham Hotspurs are plotting a second raid of Swansea City, with Wilfried Bony the target

Wilfried Bony looks dejected after Cote D'Ivoire exit the World Cup. Picture: Action Images

Wilfried Bony looks dejected after Cote D'Ivoire exit the World Cup. Picture: Action Images

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Tottenham Hotspur could return to raid Swansea City once more, with Ivorian striker Wilfried Bony their latest target, according to the Independent.

Bony, 25, could follow in the footsteps of Ben Davies, who is understood to be in talks with Spurs over an £8m switch to White Hart Lane.

Powerful forward Bony only joined the Swans last term but excelled in his maiden season in the Premier League, scoring 17 league goals in 27 starts.

The former Vitesse forward has been at the World Cup with Cote D’Ivoire, scoring two goals in three matches as the Elephants were knocked out in the group stages.

Bony shot to prominence for Vitesse, scoring 51 times in 69 appearances for the Dutch outfit.

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