Chelsea and West Ham transfer target Wilfried Bony has spoken positively about both Premier League clubs - but says his dream move would be to Real Madrid.

The Ivorian has been in outstanding form this season for Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem, scoring 27 goals to put him top of the pile in the Eredivisie leading scorers list, while he also featured for his country in the Africa Cup of Nations.

Bony's sublime form has seen him linked with a move to Chelsea, who were reportedly interested in him last summer, while more recently West Ham are said to have thrown their hat into the ring for him.

When quizzed about the possibility of a move to West Ham, Bony is quoted as saying: ‘I know only by hearsay, nothing is concrete, but [a move there] is certainly a possibility.’

The 24-year-old has been vocal in his admiration for Chelsea in the past aswell, and recently called the Stamford Bridge outfit a 'beautiful club'.

“It’s nice to hear that clubs are interested in me,” he told De Telegraaf last week. “Chelsea are a big and beautiful club.” 

Despite his apparent willingness to make the move to the Premier League, Bony did reveal that his ultimate dream move would be to Spain and the Bernabeu.

"My dream club? Real Madrid," he said. "Growing up I loved that club, with players like the Brazilian Ronaldo, he was fantastic.”


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