Despite becoming the club’s first-choice striker following the departure of Wilfried Bony, Swansea City’s Bafetimbi Gomis admits he’s considering his future with the Jacks, reports BBC
The French striker joined Swansea on a free transfer in the summer, turning down approaches from the likes of Newcastle in the process, but has played second-fiddle all through the campaign to Bony. However, the Ivorian international has since been sold to Manchester City, leaving Gomis as Swansea’s first-choice, but the 29-year-old is still not happy.
“When Bony was here, it was planned I should play a certain number of games, that wasn’t the case. Today, I ask myself many questions. I need time to think. I have been approached by clubs. I don’t know what will happen. Me leaving? It is possible. My entourage will meet with Swansea’s representatives. Then I will discuss to find the best solution,” he said.
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