Swansea paying £8m to loan him for this season.
Bony, who has also accused Kacou of "fraudulent or negligent misrepresentation", this week won his bid for the case to proceed to the High Court. It may be recalled here that Bony returned to Swansea for £12m from Manchester City.
"It [the legal case] will not interfere with my football", Bony said. "I just wanted Swansea to stay up". I will leave it to justice.
Bony had a hard time at Manchester where he struggled for form and fitness after contracting malaria in the summer of 2015.
There were offers from France and Turkey to resurrect his career, but Bony said his mind was made by his two sons who are both Swansea supporters.
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Owen believes that he feels that his former club will end up losing to Paul Clement's side and added that he has concerns about the future of manager Rafa Benitez.
Recalling his period in City, where he moved in 2015, bony said, "I had good moments there".
In an interview with BBC, Bony said,"I think my boys decided". They heard about the move and said they wanted to go back to Swansea.
"He said there was a massive amount of interest in Renato and so I left it for a couple of weeks. There were other options, but I didn't want to go somewhere where my family didn't want to go". 'I will let the players know they can write history in the Premier League at Huddersfield Town, ' the Terriers boss said. But, personally, I wish to do better than this - but things weren't going my way so I'm now trying to move forward.
"My initial call went into Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, the CEO at Bayern", Clement told a press conference ahead of Sunday's Premier League home game with Newcastle United.