The Ivorian star has yet to find a new club since leaving Al-Ittihad by mutual agreement in November 2020
Former Manchester City and Swansea City forward Wilfried Bony has expressed frustration after struggling to find a new club.
Bony has not yet played a competitive game since leaving Al-Ittihad in Saudi Arabia on November 1, 2020 and has trained with League Two club Newport County to maintain his level of form. physical.
The 32-year-old star is hungry for minutes of play and he thinks he can get a new home with the summer transfer window still open.
“I really want to play, I can’t wait. We’re ready, it can be fixed anytime, it can happen anytime,” Bony said. Mercato on foot.
“Of course, it’s a long time. Since November 1, it’s been almost nine months, it’s been a long time. A footballer likes to be on the pitch, to have the pressure of training, of the pitch. I am always motivated.
“The day I lose this, the day I am no longer hungry, I will stop.” I still want to play, to win. I’m fine. I just need to find a team to allow me to find some rhythm. It will take me a month or two to be on top then. It’s normal, I haven’t played for eight months.
“Physically you can be ready, but if you don’t have the rhythm you can’t really play. I have to go through the minutes with a team to get back into the game after four to five games.
Bony is renowned for his goal threats and he has scored 45 goals in 115 Premier League games for Man City, Stoke City and Swansea City.
“Training in a group makes it easier,” he added. The Covid-19 complicates things a bit. But you have to deal with it. The most important thing is to face the problems, not to run away from them. No matter where we are, there will always be problems. I adapt. I am with my family here.