The Daily Star says Bony's form has sparked interest from a number of top clubs across Europe with German giants Dortmund and French club Monaco leading the chase.
Bony's representative Dalibor Lacina insists he is content with his life in Wales.
Lacina said: "We are very happy with what he achieved in his first season at Swansea.
"He's happy to stay there and it was a good decision to go there. He appreciates that Swansea are the club who gave him his chance in the Premier League.
"He will go to the World Cup in the summer and we think he can be even better next season. He has three years left on his contract and his situation is stable."
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